Lead Poisoning And Toxic Exposure
The symptoms of lead poisoning in adults and children include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, headaches, irritability, and muscle weakness. Many of the symptoms do not appear, however, until there is a high level of lead in the blood.
If you feel that you or your child has been exposed to lead, you should request that your doctor check your blood lead level (BLL). Common sources of lead exposure include contaminated water, soil, and paint. Lead exposure can also occur in some occupations.
At the Law Office of Della Mura & Ciacci, we represent the victims of lead poisoning. We fight for compensation from landlords, employers, or property owners. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. No recovery, No Fee.
Please contact our office at 718-405-1500.