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Lead Paint Attorneys | Romanucci & Blandin

Lead based paint has been known to cause a variety of medical issues, which include stunted growth, learning disabilities, delayed development, seizures and death. Lead paint was used in homes, until it was outlawed in 1978.

A common misconception about lead poisoning is that children are usually poisoned when they eat paint chips that contain lead paint. This most certainly can cause lead poisoning, but the more common cause of lead poisoning is inhalation of lead dust that is in the air in older homes or buildings.

Lead Paint Exposure and Symptoms

In children, the most common symptoms include:

  • Reduced attention span
  • Impaired mental functioning, including irreversible brain damage
  • Mental and physical development delays

For adults, symptoms of lead poisoning include:

  • High blood pressure
  • Irritability
  • Nerve damage
  • Poor muscle coordination
  • Reproductive problems

If you or a loved one has suffered from an illness that was caused by lead paint, RB Law’s toxic tort litigators will help you with your claim.

If you are dealing with a case of lead poisoning in Illinois, you need one of RB Law’s skilled lead paint lawyers to help you with your claim.

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