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There is a hidden epidemic, which is poisoning Americans, claims Global Research. These toxins are found in the air and in the water, in the walls of homes and even in the furniture in those homes. It is found in suburbs and cities and in cars.
Lead, vinyl, formaldehyde and polychlorinated biphenyls, also known as PCBs, can all be found in things that Americans use every day. Companies test some new substances on unsuspecting Americans. People who are suffering because of contact with these chemicals can contact a personal injury lawyer to help them in paying their medical bills.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) monitors Americans for more than 150 chemicals that are potentially dangerous. No one knows what the side effects could be in the long term, and no one was asked for their permission before being exposed to these chemicals. Kirkendall Dwyer LLP can be of help if you are suffering ill effects from these many chemicals.
Lead paint has been removed from houses for many years, since it carries a deadly neurotoxin. However, the companies that used the dangerous element originally challenged physicians who dutifully reported lead poisoning. Advertisements claimed that lead was actually safe for use, and it was used in paint, fishing gear, baseballs, plumbing fixtures and gas. A personal injury lawyer knows all the pertinent facts that will be of help in fighting the chemical companies to get justice for people who are victims of these chemicals.
It was only after many children were poisoned in the 1960s that the government finally began to rein in these companies. Congress passed the Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention Act in 1971, but older toys, homes and other items still contain lead, and the chemicals that are used now, in its place. Find a personal injury lawyer to determine how to fight companies who made products that have injured you or members of your family.