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Lead Paint

The Federal Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Rule (Residential Lead-Base Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992. Section 1018) was enacted to protect families from exposure to lead from paint, dust, air pollutition and soil. This law requires disclosure of all known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before the sale or lease of most housing built before 1978. Sellers, landlords, and their agents are responsible for providing this information to the buyer or renter before sale or lease.

Any person who knowingly violates the provisions of this subpart shall be jointly and severally liable to the purchaser in the amount equal to 3 times the amount of damages incurred. 24 CFR 35.96. Failure or refusal to comply with 35.88 or 35.94 is a violation of 42 USC 4852(d) and TSCA Section 409 (15 USC 2689). Violators may be subject to civil and criminal sanctions.

In addition to lead paint, lead is found in air pollution, storage batteries, solder, pottery glaze, rubber, toys, brass alloys, plastic beads coated with lead, home-glazed pottery, ashes and fumes from burning old painted wood, newspapers, magazines and artists' paint pigments. Evidence suggests that lead is a greater danger when inhaled than when ingested. 

If you feel you and/or your loved ones have been poisoned through the negligent or intentional acts of others, it is important to seek medical help to determine how to best detoxify your system. 

It is then a good idea to contact the authorities and/or file a law suit to make sure that the contamination is cleaned up and no further exposure occurs. For inquiries on Texas Lead-Based Paint Law, please send an e-mail
toxicexposure@texaslawyers.com.


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It is well established that many large corporations have profited from selling toxic products or products that cause toxic exposure without regard to the health consequences of the products.  Some of the most well known toxic products are asbestos products and bad drugs.  The asbestos products have been found to cause mesothelioma and several forms of cancer and other asbestos diseases, while dangerous drugs have been linked to death, serious heart problems, drug interactions, and suicide.  Other dangerous products that have been linked to serious disease include silica, chemical pollutants, lead, radon, EMFs, welding rodstoxic mold infestations and other environmental toxins have caused death and serious harm to millions.  In the work environment alone undisclosed and known toxins including asbestos, silica, and welding rods have caused occupational diseases and fatalities including mesothelioma, numerous forms of cancer, and Parkinson's disease.

This web site was created by Texas Toxic Tort Lawyer Jason Coomer and is intended only as general information on some of the most dangerous products and toxic products that have been sold by drug manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, and asbestos manufacturers, or are in use by large companies attempting to profit and make money from the sale of dangerous products that can cause serious toxic exposures.  For more information on a dangerous product or toxic exposure follow the links found above, e-mail  an inquiry to info@toxicexposurelaw.com, or submit an inquiry.

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