If you live in Connecticut and your child, or a child you know, has been the victim of lead paint poisoning you need to get answers to your important questions. You need to contact an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer so that you find out what you should be doing and what you should not be doing. You need to speak to an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer to find out what your rights are and how you should proceed with your case. Most importantly, you'll want to find out from experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer what you can do to assist your child medically with their case.
Each year thousands of children in this country ingest lead paint chips and later test positive for lead paint poisoning. The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that there are over 30,000 children in this country that become the victims of lead paint poisoning each year. It has been estimated that about one in six children have high levels of lead in their blood. Lead paint chips and lead paint dust generally are created by the deterioration of the paint over time which could be accelerated through friction resulting from opening doors or windows. These contaminated particles then settle on windowsills, floors and even toys where young children commonly touched them and then transfer the lead paint to their mouth or ingest the lead paint directly.
If you have been told that your child has lead paint poisoning, then you should contact our Connecticut lead paint poisoning lawyers immediately. You can go to our website at www.hcwlaw.com and download a free copy of our Connecticut accident and injury book. We are also available to speak with you over the telephone and you can call us at our toll free number which is even 888-244-5480. If you would prefer, you can schedule a free in office consultation with one of our experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyers and discuss the facts of your child's case with us. You can even fill out our brief online form and we will then get in touch with you.
These cases are handled on a contingency fee basis which means that we are only paid a fee if we recover money damages for you. If there is no monetary recovery, then you will owe no legal fees. We will also advance the cost to properly develop your case. If there is no recovery, then you will owe no costs. If your child has suffered a lead paint injury, then you need to get the advice of experienced Connecticut personal injury attorney right away. Do not delay in getting this valuable free information. Call us today.