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Pennsylvania homes built before 1978 may be poisoning your family.
Lead paint exposure can harm both children and adults. Even just breathing lead dust while pregnant can expose your baby to significant health risks. With offices in Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, Hanover and Carlisle to serve you, our top priority is getting results for your lead paint exposure case. Since 1922, obtaining just compensation for our clients has been our goal. We are backed by decades of collective experience as well as by the resources and knowledge of one of the largest firms in the area. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Pennsylvania premises liability attorneys if you believe you or your loved ones have been harmed.
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Problems Linked to Lead Paint Exposure
Exposure to lead paint can be serious as even low levels in the body can cause severe harm in children.
Lead paint has been shown to affect children in the following ways:
- Nervous System Damage
- Kidney Damage
- Learning Disabilities
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Decreased Intelligence
- Speech & Language Problems
- Behavioral Problems
- Poor Muscle Coordination
- Decreased Muscle & Bone Growth
- Hearing Damage
While low-lead exposure is very common, children exposed to high levels of lead can experience devastating effects, including seizures, unconsciousness, and in some cases, wrongful death.
Liability in a Lead Paint Injury Claim
A good lawyer experienced in establishing lead paint exposure cases knows the importance of inspecting the home, establishing liability, and reviewing medical records. Once liability is established in a lead paint exposure case, the next step is to prove, explain, and quantify the seriousness of the personal injuries. The lawyers at Handler, Henning & Rosenberg LLP have extensive contacts in the medical community to assist our clients in documenting the seriousness of their exposure injuries.
Several persons may be held liable for lead paint exposure injuries:
- Landlords / Property Owners
- Property Managers
- Lead Removal Contractors
- Court Appointed Rent Receivers
- Government Entities
In many cases, it is necessary to use medical experts, and even life care planners to fully document the extent of a lead paint exposure victim’s injuries. Even if the lead paint exposure seems simple, you need an experienced law firm like HHR.
Contact a Pennsylvania Premises Liability Attorney: (888) 498-3023
When you contact a lawyer at our Pennsylvania personal injury law firm to handle your case, you get an expert team of legal professionals. We have helped thousands of our clients recover compensation that secures their future.
Contact Handler, Henning & Rosenberg LLP anytime, 24/7, for more information.