Many heavy metals, such as lead, are toxic to humans. Prolonged or concentrated exposure to lead can have numerous adverse affects on a person’s health. And, while lead is not often used in domestic household settings anymore, lead-based paints were used in a number of ways prior to being banned by the federal government in the 1970’s. Although this may make it seem as though lead paint poisoning is no longer a threat, the remnants of lead-based paints continue to bring harm to innocent people today, particularly when property owners are negligent in providing a safe environment for tenants and visitors.
If you are suffering from symptoms of lead poisoning, our Rhinelander lead paint poisoning lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. may be able to help you seek the responsible party and hold them accountable for the harm their negligence has brought you. Contact our experienced personal injury lawyers at 800-242-2874 for a free case evaluation.
Lead paint poisoning can have an array of harmful consequences on a person’s health. Some of the many symptoms lead paint poisoning may cause include:
These health complications can be extremely debilitating or cause permanent disability, even death. It is a property owner’s responsibility to ensure that the premises are free of such unseen dangers. Thus, if there is lead paint in a building, its owner can be liable for the negative effects lead paint poisoning brings to innocent people.
If you or someone you know is suffering from lead paint poisoning, our Rhinelander lead paint poisoning lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. may be able to help you seek compensation from the responsible party. Call our knowledgeable legal team at 800-242-2874 to learn more about your legal options.