Chicago Product Liability Attorney
Lead has long been banned as an ingredient in paint, but lead from old paint still causes lasting harm to residents of apartments and homes throughout the Chicago area. Children, in particular, are especially vulnerable, suffering brain damage as the result of eating toxic lead paint chips in their own homes.
If your child is suffering from a learning disability or brain damage from an unknown cause, it may be the result of lead paint contamination. The damage has been done, but where can you turn for help?
The Memmen Law Firm, LLC in Chicago, Illinois, is a law firm that helps people get the medical care and compensation for injuries suffered as the result of lead paint ingestion and property owner negligence. We are strong advocates with a record of success in this area, and we will fight to get maximum compensation for you.
Contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced Chicago lead poisoning attorney.
The statute of limitations in a case involving injuries to a child does not begin until the child has reached the age of 18. However, you should obtain legal advice as soon as you learn that your child has suffered injuries.
Compensation for Lead Poisoning Victims
Our attorneys will undertake a comprehensive legal effort on your behalf. Working with your child’s doctor or other medical experts, we will determine the extent of your child’s injuries and the medical care and rehabilitation services he or she will need, now and in the future. We will document the cause of the lead poisoning and the liability of the building owner, previous building owner or other party who is responsible for your child’s injuries. Finally, we will make a full accounting of all losses for inclusion in your claim, including present and future medical costs, lost earning potential, pain and suffering, and emotional distress.
The Memmen Law Firm, LLC will work tirelessly to build a strong and successful case, seeking maximum compensation for you.
Free Consultation — Call Us Today
To learn more about your legal options, call 312-878-2357 or send us an e-mail. A lawyer can review your case and explain how we can help you.