It can take a long time to see a lead poisoning case through from beginning to end. Factors that impact the length of the process include the process of discovery, a willingness of the property owner to settle out of court and period required for the court to hear your case. Since the process of litigation can take years, we will help connect you with the resources you need to seek out quality care for your child in the meantime. Our comprehensive network of medical experts includes numerous specialists that are highly rated to treat your child's injuries.
For additional information see the following pages:
- How can I tell if my child is at risk for lead poisoning?
- How can I tell if my child is impacted by lead poisoning?
- How can I protect my family from lead exposure?
- Who can be held responsible for my child's elevated blood-lead levels?
- Can I bring a lawsuit to recover compensation for my child who has lead poisoning?
- What are the chances of winning a lead contamination lawsuit?
- Is there a cost to pursue a lead poisoning case for my child?