Attorneys litigating heavy metal toxicity cases need to ask a series of questions. Has the plaintiff undergone a thorough toxicology evaluation? Has a urine test been conducted with a provoking agent? Have the results of a provoked urine test been compared to reference ranges for unprovoked urine tests? Have the urine test results been corrected for creatinine?
In the latest article of Primerus Paradigm, Partner Jack C. Henning discusses the complexity of heavy metals and its legal implications for attorneys litigating such toxicity cases. Read the article here.