New York Lead Poisoning and Toxic Product Lawyers
Lead poisoning affects virtually every system of a child’s body.
It can cause central nervous system, kidney, and reproductive system damage, and
in severe cases coma, seizures and even death.
Lead poisoning is known to cause decreased
intelligence, behavioral disorders, and a host of neurological problems that can
cause irreversible and permanent damage to your child.
Many people believe that because
lead paint has been outlawed for household
use for many years that it is no longer a
problem, however, that is simply not true.
The older paint gets the more likely it is
to chip or peel, and those paint chips, and
the dust they create, are very dangerous.
In New York City Local Law 38 sets forth the
rules which can protect your child from the
hazards of lead paint within your home.
Local Law 38 defines a lead hazard as
peeling paint, or paint under deteriorated
sub surfaces in a multiple dwelling (ie. 3
apartments or more) built before 1960 where
a child under the age of 6 resides.
If you live in an old building and
your child has an elevated lead level call
the Med Law team for a free consultation at
1 888 MEDLAW1.
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