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Success Stories from Our Lead Poisoning Lawyers in NJ

The lead poisoning lawyers from Wilentz, Goldman, & Spitzer P.A. have a history of success advocating for victims of lead poisoning. Not only have we successfully represented those injured by lead-based products, but our lawyers have also shared their lead poisoning litigation experience in publications and lectures.

Success Stories

Camey v. Adones, 1994 and 1996

Our lawyers won the trial and appeal, creating a new law establishing a landlord’s duty to protect child tenants from paint in rental property.


Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer lawyers obtained a Court Order for more than 10,000 children in the City of Newark in order to properly enforce childhood lead poisoning prevention statutes and regulations.

Hodge v. J.R. Baron Corporation, 1997

Our lawyers established strict liability in lead poisoning cases, making it easier for childhood recovery of lead poisoning by demanding removal of hazardous and contaminating conditions at the client’s rental property.

Little v. McIntyre, 1996

When landlords and their insurance companies tried to punish parents of lead poisoned children by conducting IQ and psychological tests, our lawyers forcefully refused, and, in another precedent-establishing ruling, the New Jersey Appellate Division agreed with us.

Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.

Lectures and Presentations

Our lead poisoning lawyers have lectured and presented to groups of concerned parents, builders, government health officials, doctors, nurses, lead abatement contractors and other attorneys involved in childhood lead poisoning litigation. Among these groups are:

  • Atlantic Builders Conference
  • Environmental Occupational Health and Sciences Institute (EOHSI)
  • Southern New Jersey Lead Poisoning Consortium
  • Interagency Task Force to Prevent Childhood Lead Poisoning
  • Lead Tech: Litigation and Liability Seminar
  • Mealey’s National Lead Litigation Conference
  • Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE)
  • Citizen’s Action Forum

Published Articles and Submitted Materials

The lead poisoning lawyers of Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer have also written articles and submitted materials for publication in local newspapers, litigation textbooks, industrial hygiene manuals and seminar materials.

If your child or family member has been exposed to lead-based products and is now suffering with symptoms of lead poisoning, work with lawyers that have experience and success with lead poisoning cases. Contact Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer today or get your free consultation now. You can also call us for additional information by dialing 855-800-0093.