New Jersey Lead Poisoning Attorneys

The consequences of lead paint poisoning are extremely serious. Lead paint has been illegal since 1978, but many buildings built before then still contain paint that can severely injure residents. At worst, lead poisoning can be fatal – but even non-lethal doses can have crippling and life-altering side effects. In adults, symptoms of lead poisoning can include high blood pressure, muscle pain, headache, mood disorders, and miscarriage.

As bad as lead exposure is for adults, children are even more vulnerable. If a child spends time in a building with lead paint, they are at constant risk of lead poisoning. Dust from the wall can cause lead to enter into a child’s lungs, and young children sometimes try to eat paint chips or put them in their mouths. Lead paint can cause significant mental and physical damage in children. This damage may include learning disabilities, seizures, hearing loss, and many other long-term issues.

Simply put, lead poisoning at an early age can fundamentally worsen a child’s future life.

Take Action Against Lead Poisoning. Act Now!

That is why there are strict laws in place to help protect children from exposure to lead paint. Unfortunately, not all landlords abide by these laws, meaning that even well-meaning and careful parents may accidentally expose their children to dangerous amounts of lead.

Fight for Justice and Compensation. You're Not Alone.

If you suspect that you or your child experienced lead paint poisoning, you may be feeling angry and confused. Your family may also be struggling with the many side effects of lead exposure, which can result in high medical bills, social problems, and other major issues.

O'Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble: Your Advocates for Lead Poisoning Cases

An attorney specializing in lead paint poisoning cases can help you figure out whether your family’s lead exposure was caused by someone else’s negligence. If this is the case, you may be entitled to a significant financial settlement. Compensation cannot make up for the tragedy of lead poisoning, of course, but it can help with lifelong medical bills and other challenges your family may be facing. It is also extremely important to hold negligent landlords accountable for their actions.

We Understand the Impact. We're Here to Help.

At O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble, we recognize the serious problem posed by lead poisoning. When a young child experiences lead poisoning, it is nothing less than a tragedy. Our compassionate attorneys will listen to your story, understand your unique situation, and help you understand your options, possibly including a financial settlement. We are dedicated to fighting for justice and ensuring that your family's rights are protected.

Don't Wait. Seek Legal Guidance Today.

Contact the attorneys of O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble today to discuss your lead paint poisoning case and explore potential negotiations. We understand the urgency and importance of your situation, so it is crucial to contact an attorney early to ensure the best possible outcome. Take the first step towards seeking justice and holding those responsible accountable.

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Contact us online or call us at (908) 680-0973 or 1-800-586-5817 to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. We are ready to listen, provide guidance, and fight for the justice your family deserves.

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