If you are like most people, you have never had the need to speak with a Michigan child lead poisoning lawyer in the past. However, something has recently happened and you now have questions about your legal rights. Our attorneys will carefully listen to your questions and concerns and give you free legal advice to help you along.
Types of Legal Advice from our Michigan Child Lead Poisoning Injury Lawyers
Our attorneys will answer all of your questions and provide you with free legal advice on a number of topics. These include:
- How to get your child's medical bills paid
- Whether you can file a claim
- Whether the negligent person/persons have insuance coverage for child lead poisoning
- What is a fair settlement amount
- How long the process takes in a filing a lawsuit
Of course, you will have other questions particular to your child's case and we will answer those for you as well.
How To Get Legal Advice From Our Michigan Child Lead Poisoning Injury Lawyers
To get your free legal advice, simply pick up the phone and give us a call at (800) 606-1717. You will speak to one of our experienced Michigan child lead poisoning injury lawyers. You can also schedule an office appointment if you prefer to obtain your free consultation in person.
Also, many people prefer to send a new client contact over the internet and that is also a great way to obtain your free legal advice. Simply fill out the Contact Form in the orange box on the right side of this page and a lawyer will respond quickly. You can follow up with an appointment or telephone call after time if you are interested.
Do You Need Free Legal Advice For Your Michigan Child Lead Poisoning Injury Case?
Call (800) 606-1717 for more information and to speak with one of our experienced child lead poisoning injury lawyers about your case. Our office will start working on your case immediately and begin gathering witness statements and evidence to prove and win your case. We offer free consultations and handle all personal injury and child lead poisoning cases on a contingent fee basis meaning we only charge legal fees if you win or receive a settlement in your case.