Dangers of Lead Paint Poisoning
Lead paint is no longer used to build homes or make toys in the U.S., but older homes and imported toys still pose lead exposure threats to innocent people. Although it’s the responsibility of property owners to warn residents of potential lead hazards, many property owners fail to disclose the danger. Lead paint poisoning is all too common around Detroit, and many victims are left with terrible physical and mental side effects that make daily life more difficult. The premises liability attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C. may be able to help victims fight back for financial compensation from those responsible for the exposure.
Side Effects of Exposure to Lead
The effects of lead paint poisoning are pronounced and can be particularly damaging to children. They include:
- Slowed intellectual growth
- Stunted bodily growth
- Difficulties in hearing
- Impaired mobility
- Kidney damage
All of these effects might adversely affect you or your child and leave you with high medical costs. In this situation, a qualified Detroit attorney might be able to help you file a premises liability lawsuit against those who may be responsible for the lead paint poisoning suffered by you or a loved one.
Contact a Personal Injury Attorney in Detroit
If you or someone you love has been negatively affected by lead exposure through no knowledge or fault of your own, then you may be owed financial compensation. The premises liability attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C., can help Detroit claimants determine who exactly is at fault and take further action if they have a case. Contact our offices today by calling (248) 948-9696 to see how we can help you.