Unless you find a pro bono attorney then you probably will have to hire an attorney for this type of case. it will take a lot of discovery to show lead and that it was the lead that caused your family's health problems.
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No - it would be taken by a contingency lawyer. Contact your local bar association for referrals
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You have multiple issues here, some based in landlord-tenant law and others in personal injury. You can either seek a referral from the bar association or retain a qualified attorney. Given the two year statue of limitations on personal injury claims it would be best to act quickly. I hope you find this helpful. If you need further assistance feel free to contact my office.
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