First- Get to a doctor. This is critical. More than a legal issue, this is a health issue and your health is most important.
Second, go see an attorney. This is the type of issue that seeing an attorney could definitely help you investigate and pursue.
you should promptly contact a GA lawyer in your area that does injury work. the GA trial lawyers association or the local county bar would be a good source. the simple answer is that you may have a case. i had a similar case some years ago which involved a different product but caused chemical hypersensitivity, a serious problem. i don't want to alarm you but would get to a doctor soon. the dark circles, lightheadness, etc are all symptoms of possible brain issues. you should also be very concerned about your son. if you have an alternative place to stay until the fume issue can be rectified you ought to consider it. finally if you still have the paint, preserve it along with the cans and any spec sheets. good luck.
First of all, this is a medical emergency. Get medical care. The failure to do so may damage your health and also weaken any possible legal case. Second see a lawyer.
Make especially sure that your child gets a full physical (you also).
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