The Bell Law Firm Alerts Pregnant Women to Avoid Contaminated WV Tap Water
Effects of MCHM on Unborn Children are Unknown; WV Department of Health Warns Expectant Mothers in Charleston Area Not to Drink Running Water
In a recommendation the CDC notes was made, “out of an abundance of caution,” pregnant women in the area affected by the chemical spill in the Elk River are advised to drink only bottled water, regardless of whether the do-not-use ban was lifted in their zone. Although trace levels of MCHM have been reduced to less than 1 part per million, research regarding the pollutant’s effects on unborn fetuses is scant, prompting the recommendation.
The Bell Law Firm is currently investigating the health effects of crude MCHM, and has already filed class action complaints on behalf of individuals and local businesses affected by the chemical spill that originated at Freedom Industries last Thursday. Experts have been hired by the firm, and motions have been filed with the Circuit Court of Kanawha County, West Virginia, to preserve evidence and get access for inspection only.
Those wishing to file a class action complaint can contact The Bell Law Firm at 1-800-BIG-SPILL or at their website, http://www.belllaw.com.
About The Bell Law Firm
With the legal and technical resources necessary to litigate the most complex personal injury cases, The Bell Law Firm is proud to represent injury and accident victims from their office in Charleston, West Virginia. Having recovered millions of dollars for personal injury victims, the experienced attorneys at The Bell Law Firm work closely with their clients to successfully deliver justice on their behalf. For more information or for a free, no-obligation case review, visit belllaw.com or call 1-800-342-1701.
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