Corpus Christi Lead Paint Poisoning Attorneys
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or illness caused by lead paint poisoning on another person’s property, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Lead paint in homes or businesses can be very dangerous, particularly to children, and can have a lifetime impact on the health of those affected.
The Corpus Christi lead paint poisoning attorneys at Brunkenhoefer, P.C. Injury Attorneys understand how serious and life-altering lead paint poisoning can be, and that’s why we’re dedicated to holding the liable party responsible for their negligence. The financial impact of lead paint poisoning can be steep, but our experienced attorneys can help mitigate the cost by successfully arguing your case. To learn more how we can help you, contact us today at (361) 888-8808 for a free consultation.
Do I Need A Lead Paint Poisoning Attorney?
With lead paint poisoning and other related premises liability cases, the law can be very difficult for a layperson to understand. Having a team of experienced lawyers on your side who are dedicated to aggressively fighting your case increases your chances of a successful claim and a larger settlement. It can be hard to connect your current injuries or illness to lead poisoning, and harder still to pin the blame for that lead poisoning on a particular party—but not for an attorney who has ample experience handling lead paint poisoning cases. An experienced lawyer can fight for your rights, allowing you to focus on the most important thing: your recovery.
Why Choose Brunkenhoefer, P.C. Injury Attorneys To Handle My Case?
In over 50 years of practice, Brunkenhoefer, P.C. Injury Attorneys has earned the trust of the Corpus Christi community to defend their rights when they have suffered serious injuries. We pride ourselves on the relationships we form with our clients. We fight every case as hard as we can, striving to secure our clients the largest settlement or judgment possible. At the same time, we provide them with the compassion and empathy they deserve following their serious injury or illness, so that they feel complete trust in us while we work on their behalf. We’re confident in our abilities to help you, which is why you don’t pay us any fees unless we win your case.
Lead Paint Poisoning Symptoms and Effects
Lead poisoning is caused by prolonged exposure to lead-based products. While the use of lead paint for homes, children’s toys, and furniture was outlawed by the Federal government in 1978, some older buildings can still have layers of toxic paint on the walls. Lead poisoning can be hard to detect until serious symptoms start presenting, and the effects can be most severe for children. Symptoms include the following:
- Mood disorders
- Developmental delay
- Learning disabilities
- Memory and concentration loss
- Loss of appetite and weight loss
- Abdominal pain, nausea, constipation, vomiting
- Reduced sperm count
- Miscarriage, stillbirth, or premature birth of babies who may have low birth weight or slowed growth
Some of these symptoms can affect people for the rest of their lives, including permanent brain damage in the crucial development stages for children. The treatment for such health complications can also last a lifetime, and lead to large medical bills and therapy or developmental support. You should not have to face these consequences alone, especially if another party’s negligence caused your suffering.
How to Avoid Lead Paint Poisoning
Children are most often poisoned by lead-based paint when it peels off the walls in chips. If children ingest those paint chips they are at a very high risk of dangerous lead poisoning. You can also be exposed to lead poisoning by inhaling dust from the lead paint. So, if you are on a property which has lead paint, be sure to quickly identify problems with peeling paint. It is the property owner’s responsibility to keep remnants of lead-based paint contained so that no one who visits the property is exposed to this dangerous substance. If you are renting a property that has been painted with lead-based paint, be sure to reach out to the property owner to ensure that all appropriate safety measures are in place. If they are not, the property owner’s negligence could cause lasting damage, and they could be found liable for damages.
Contact a Lead Paint Poisoning Attorney Today
You should not have to bear the financial burden caused by lead paint poisoning alone. At Brunkenhoefer, P.C. Injury Attorneys, we are here to help you win compensation for your medical bills, lost work, and other pain and suffering you have experienced. Don’t hesitate to get an experienced premises liability attorney on your side today. Contact us at (361) 888-8808 today to discuss your case.