Florida Lead Paint Poisoning Lawyers
When you are on another person’s property, you have the right to expect that your health and safety are not endangered merely by your presence there. There is an unfortunate number of cases each year in which an individual is sickened or injured in precisely this situation. Lead paint poisoning is a severe condition that arises due to intense or prolonged exposures to excessive levels of lead. Though the use of lead-based paint has been banned for decades, older buildings may still have this toxic paint on the walls. Property owners have an obligation to inform tenants of the presence of lead paint.
If you have suffered lead paint poisoning after a property owner’s failure to advise you of lead paint in a home or office, legal action may be appropriate. Contact the qualified Florida lead paint poisoning attorneys of Winston Law Firm, by calling (954) 475-9666 to learn more about your legal rights and options.
Costs Related to Lead Paint Poisoning
Lead paint poisoning can result from a number of factors, including a lack of control over dust and particles containing lead paint, water that is infused with lead, and general use of lead in and around a property. The effects of this kind of poisoning can be both physically and financially disruptive, and may lead to costs such as:
- Emergency medical treatment
- Treatment for organ damage
- Treatment for subsequent seizures
- Costs related to life changes, such as cognitive impairments, hearing loss or impairment, and more
If you or someone you know has been exposed to lead paint on another person’s property, contact the experienced Florida lead paint poisoning attorneys of Winston Law Firm, at (954) 475-9666.