The heavy metal called lead can be present in a variety of substances, including air, water, soil, paint, pipes and some consumer products. Exposure to high concentrations of lead can cause a variety of medical conditions, including problems with major organs and the central nervous system, and can ultimately lead to death. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with plumbism, colica Pictonum, saturnism, Devon colic or painter's colic, talk to lead poisoning attorneys today. Under your state's personal injury laws, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. A personal injury lawyer with experience representing lead poisoning victims can assess your situation, explain your legal options and help you take legal action.