A lot has changed in the past 20 years.
One thing hasn't.
Twenty years ago Evan K. Thalenberg started his practice with a single focus: to represent those who have been affected by lead paint.
Since then, science and the law have changed drastically. Yet our sole focus on helping lead paint victims has not. While some firms handle lead paint cases among many other types of lawsuits, lead paint cases are all we do—and that's exactly what you want from your law firm. We believe lead paint victims deserve more.
In those same 20 years, both the number of verdicts and average settlement amounts have increased significantly. In May of 2012, the CDC cut the lead poisoning threshold level in half, effectively reopening thousands of lead paint cases for children once thought to be unaffected. In other words, the chances of a jury awarding a verdict to a lead paint victim have never been better.
Our highly experienced and widely respected lawyers, secretaries, and paralegals have worked tirelessly to represent Baltimore's innocent victims. As a result, we've been able to obtain scores of multimillion-dollar judgments and settlements for children with lead paint poisoning.
We've recovered over $300,000,000.00 for our clients and changed their lives.
Contact us to see if we can do the same for you or someone you know.
Each case is different and past results are not an assurance that a lawyer will be successful in reaching a favorable result in any future case.