Ingesting toxic chemicals of any kind can be detrimental to the health of an individual; however some have extremely serious consequences. One of the toxins that can lead to severe health problems is mercury. Poisoning by this substance can occur in many ways and lead to an array of ailments and complications. If you suspect that you may be a victim of mercury poisoning, seek medical attention immediately.


The most common cause of mercury poisoning is the consumption of seafood or shellfish that have high mercury content. Coal burning power plants and plants that produce chlorine related products can lead to contamination of the wildlife in nearby waters. Mercury can also be ingested by people who live close to factories that may output mercury into the air. No matter what the source of the toxin happens to be, if you fear that you may be experiencing poisoning due to mercury, you should eliminate the source immediately.


The symptoms of mercury poisoning include:

  • Aching joints
  • Uncontrollable fever
  • Rashes or red and inflamed skin
  • Internal organ failure
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Dizziness and nausea


Poisoning from mercury can be difficult to diagnose, so if you feel that you are a likely candidate for this ailment, seek medical attention immediately. If you or someone you love is experiencing the side effects of mercury poisoning at the hands of a negligent individual or company, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your medical expenses and suffering. This compensation can help you cover the cost of medical bills, rehabilitation and therapy, lost wages from time off work, and other illness-related expenses.


Paul Dansker & Aspromonte NYC personal injury attorneys will fight on your behalf to ensure you get all the help and monetary compensation you need and deserve, including payment for medical bills and treatment, pain and suffering, lost wages, mental anguish, and any major lifestyle changes that must be made if you develop more serious health issues as a result of the incident.

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