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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Concerned About Your Child’s Attention Problems?

Is your child hyperactive? Is you child constantly running around, unable to stay still and doing poorly at school because of an inability to pay attention in class? Has he or she been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? Are you wondering whether lead poisoning may have contributed to this condition?

At the Law Offices of Charles N. Rock in Newburgh and the Bronx, our lead poisoning attorney represents children throughout the northeast U.S., including Kingston, Middletown, Kings County, New Windsor, Poughkeepsie and surrounding New York communities, who have ADHD as a result of lead poisoning. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with experienced personal injury lawyer Charles Rock.



Looking Out for the Signs of ADHD in Children

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder — formerly known as attention deficit disorder (ADD) — is a behavioral disorder that may or may not be caused by neurological injuries. Children with ADHD typically have serious difficulty with basic functions such as:

  • Sitting still in class or at the dinner table
  • Concentrating on homework
  • Getting along with other children

Of course, many children without ADHD also have these problems. Diagnosing ADHD is a complex process that usually involves a neuropsychological psychiatric assessment by a qualified specialist.

There are many factors that can cause attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but in children who have a history of lead exposure, lead poisoning is known to be a cause of ADHD.

Seeking Compensation for the Effects of Lead Poisoning

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder causes learning disabilities and other problems that can have a real impact on children’s ability to function in society, including making it difficult or even impossible for the child to complete high school. If your child has ADHD as a result of lead poisoning, call our lead poisoning attorney today, because you and your child deserve restitution for the health and abilities lost or challenged by this condition.

Lead poisoning attorney Charles Rock and our team are experienced at holding property owners accountable for lead paint exposure that causes ADHD. To discuss what we can do to seek justice and money damages for your child, contact us today. Serving clients in Newburgh, New Paltz, Kingston, Middletown, New Windsor, Poughkeepsie and surrounding New York communities.