When will I know if should bring a claim for lead poisoning on behalf of my child?
Most experts believe that the best time test a child to determine whether they have been injured as a result of lead poisoning is after they are at least 4 years old. It may be best to wait until your child is at least four years old in order to determine whether or not to bring a claim on their behalf; however, you should contact an attorney to discuss your claim as soon as possible after learning of the lead poisoning so that the attorney can gather and preserve all of the records available and interview witnesses, while the issues are still fresh in their minds.
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