Our Flint lead poisoning lawyers are accepting cases for children diagnosed with high levels of lead. Our law firm has filed more cases for children with high blood lead levels than any other law firm in Michigan. We have obtained substantial settlements to compensate the victims of lead poisoning. We can do the same for your child.
In the past, most Flint lead poisoning lawsuits were filed against landlords due to paint and dust hazards in rental homes. Now, new cases are being filed for children exposed to tainted water containing lead in the Flint Water Crisis. Medical exams and health department records show an increase in the blood lead levels of children in the City of Flint since the change from the Detroit water source. Doctors and medical experts believe that the tainted water is responsible for the higher lead levels in Flint children.
The damages from this toxic water can be life changing for an otherwise healthy child. The effects of lead poisoning on a child can be devastating and cause permanent and irreversible damage to the brain and central nervous system. Problems associated with child lead poisoning include learning disabilities, behavioral problems (like ADHD), and decreased IQ. These problems are serious and affect a child's ability to succeed in school and later on in the work force.
No Fee Unless You Win A Flint Lead Poisoning Settlement
Our experienced attorneys do not charge any legal fees whatsoever unless your child receives a settlement. We advance all of the case costs and expenses. It literally costs you nothing to get started on your case. We put it in writing for you!
Contact Our Flint Lead Poisoning Lawyers
If your child was diagnosed with high levels of lead due to paint chips or tainted Flint water, you should contact our experienced attorneys now at (800) 606-1717 to start your case. Several lawsuits have been filed outside of the class action on behalf of children with high levels of lead. These cases seek compensation for the harm caused by the bad Flint water and are expected to result in substantial settlements.