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As Michigan poisoning lawyers, we recognize that victims exposed to poisons in Michigan have a lot of questions about their legal rights. We try to answer many of your questions below.

Of course, you probably have many questions that are unique to your situation and may need the attention of an excellent Michigan poison lawsuit attorney.

Our experienced attorneys can investigate the cause of your illness and demand appropriate payments for your injuries.

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People diagnosed with mesothelioma can often sue for compensation.  The disease is caused by asbestos exposure so we must figure out where your exposure to the product occurred.  We have an extensive database of information and can usually determine the source when get your full work and military history. We often get statements from former co-workers to confirm the information you provide to us.

If a parent or spouse died from mesothelioma, surviving family members can file a wrongful death lawsuit.  The case demands settlement compensation for the pain and suffering of the deceased family member before death. It also demands settlement money for the loss of companionship by the living family members.

If your child was diagnosed with lead poisoning at a prior rental property, you can likely sue your former landlord.  Property owners must make a rental property free of hazards to tenants.  The failure to maintain the property includes repairing chipping and peeling lead-based paint both inside and outside the house.  If your child was diagnosed with lead poisoning at prior residence, you can sue the landlord for compensation.

Health department inspection records are the best proof of where your child was lead poisoned.  A health department report that identifies lead-based paint hazards at a property provide strong evidence.  Photographs and videos of peeling and chipping paint also provides proof to help win a lawsuit.

A person diagnosed with food poisoning can often sue for the illness.  First, the particular type of food poisoning must be established by medical records.  For example, hospital records must show a condition, like salmonella poisoning, was diagnosed.  Complaints of an upset stomach or vomiting after a meal may not be enough.

Second, the source of the food poisoning must be identified.  It could be from a store, restaurant, or even grocery store product.  Receipts are helpful in proving where and when the food was purchased, but not required to prove your case.

Banquet halls are a common place for large scale food poisoning incidents.  Weddings and other formal events have large numbers of people eating food prepared by and from the same source.  Dozens of guests can get food poisoning due to a sick employee server or tainted food.

When this happens, every person diagnosed with food poisoning can make a claim for compensation.  The banquet hall insurance company pays the food poisoning settlement.

If you were diagnosed with carbon monoxide poisoning, you may be able to sue the entity responsible for the toxic exposure.  This could be an apartment landlord, a hotel operator, or the manufacturer of defective equipment.

It is necessary to identify the source of the CO poisoning.  Once identified, a determination is made by our lawyers if a claim can be filed against a person or business.  It must also be proven that a party was negligent for your poisoning.

If a furnace was defective and caused your carbon monoxide poisoning, you can likely file a lawsuit for recoverable damages.   Lawsuits can be filed against the manufacturer or the company servicing the furnace.  Other times, an apartment landlord or rental property owner can be sued for not maintaining the furnace.