Richard C. Bell is Committed to Bringing Justice to New York City Victims of Lead Poisoning
Lead poisoning is a detrimental medical condition that can adversely affect the human body in many ways. Exposure to toxic metals can deteriorate vital organs and tissues rapidly or over an extended period of time. Symptoms of lead poisoning can be so subtle that victims might not notice them in time to avoid the consequences of delayed medical treatment. There are New York City laws that were designed to protect city residents who sustain injuries as a direct result of lead poisoning. As an experienced New York City attorney, Richard C. Bell is familiar with the laws that can serve to maximize the compensation of your claim.* If you or a loved one have been exposed to lead poisoning in New York City, Richard C. Bell’s top priority is to bring your case to justice in an effective manner.
Obtaining an Experienced New York City Lawyer is the First Step in Preparing a Strong Case
Richard C. Bell has handled cases with multimillion dollar results*. The key to preparing a thorough case begins with an investigation of time sensitive materials. Due to the fact that many lead poisoning victims do not experience immediate symptoms, gathering this evidence as quickly as possible is of the utmost importance.
Richard C. Bell has been recognized by The New York Jury Verdict Reporter, The New York Post and The Daily News for his efforts in fighting for personal injury clients just like you. If your health has been compromised as a result of lead exposure, call 877.CALL.LAW (225-5529) or call 212.714.0988 to learn more about your rights.
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