Lead Poisoning: A Brain Injury Suffered by Many Children December 10, 2009

We recently added an article to our library about lead poisoning and child brain injuries.  Although lead poisoning “can affect nearly every system in the body,” according to the CDC, it is considered a head injury and a brain injury, which can result in learning or behavioral problems by the time a child is four or five if it goes undetected for a while.  To read more about lead poisoning, click here.

Don’t put your child at risk of the consequences of lead poisoning.  Get your child tested as soon as possible, and feel free to contact child brain injury attorney Chris Keane with your most pressing questions.  After spending years as an advocate for children with head and brain injuries, he has worked with the best medical experts in the field, and he will consult with you for free regarding your unique situation.

Contact Chris Keane online or call 1-888-592-KIDS (1-888-592-5437).

This post was written by Logan on December 10, 2009
Posted Under: Medical Information Regarding Child Brain Injuries

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