The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease, “NTCED”, not only understands lead poisoning, but understands the correct medical tests to immediately define damage(s) to the human body from lead exposure. The problem most law firms have with lead exposure, or lead poisoning, is not being able to conclusively get their arms around the immediate health damages. The expert witnesses and medical team at the NTCED have changed all of that with advanced medical testing that can prove a lead exposure victim’s damages immediately.
Angela Scott, from the NTCED stated, “The people of Flint Michigan have been exposed to massive amounts of lead. The water from the Flint River is 19 times more caustic than the water that came from previous sources. The lead content was far beyond the ranges of almost any large group ever seen before, historically levels of exposure such as these produce health effects which no person should ever have to suffer.”
The biggest problem facing the residents of Flint Michigan concerning lead poisoning, is that their legal cases will be no better than their medical evidence. No matter how good their lawyers are, their settlement amounts will completely hinge on their individual medical evidence for damages. Without complete environmental testing of the river, the correct medical tests that match the contaminates in the river, including elements besides lead, most exposure victims will most probably have a life of suffering, with little to no compensation for their health that’s been destroyed. Ms. Scott went on to say, “The real crime here is the future of all of these exposed children, attention deficit, an inability to learn, or achieve the post in life that otherwise they could have achieved, inability to cope in relationships, anxiety, depression, and a host of other syndromes associated with neurotoxicity, or brain poisoning, the depth of casualty is incalculable.
The symptoms of lead exposure are vast and on the surface will be different for many. They can be as follows:
• Pain areas: in the abdomen joints, or bones
• Developmental: learning disability or slow growth
• Gastrointestinal: constipation, nausea, or vomiting
• Behavioral: hyperactivity, irritability, anxiety, depression, or brain fog
• Whole body: fatigue or loss of appetite
• Also common: baby colic, headache, insomnia, or memory loss
Lead exposure can be one of the most elusive toxic exposures to track, trace, and prove medical damages for. Most lead exposure victims have to wait for years before their symptoms or disease(s) have progressed to the point of disability before they can claim for a medical settlement. The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease, “NTCED”, can deliver the medical documentation needed to help lead exposure victims get a fair settlement now, rather than having to wait for years of suffering similar to Mesothelioma victims.
If you or your family has been exposed to lead, time is of the essence to gather your medical evidence and getting medically tested as quickly as possible is critical to proving medical damages.
To learn more about the hazards of lead poisoning visit www.NTCED.Org