Lead Paint



Exposure to lead can harm adults, children and can even affect babies before they are born. Children are particularly vulnerable because their growing bodies absorb more lead, and their brains and nervous systems are more sensitive to the damaging effects of lead poisoning.

Lead exposure can come from paint, dust and even contaminated soil.

Children with lead poisoning can suffer from:

  • Brain and nervous system damage
  • Learning and behavioral problems
  • Slowed growth

PowerPoint Presentations (click to view)

2017 Lead Presentation – Seufert Law Office

2017 Franklin Savings Bank Lead Paint Presentation

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2015 Child Lead Presentation – Seufert Law Office Presentation

New Hampshire’s Enforcement Efforts at Lead-Safe Properties and Beyond

NH Senate Subcommittee 2009 Report on Childhood Lead Poisoning

New Hampshire Blood Lead Surveillance Data 2008

NH Supreme Court’s Ruling: Property Managers held personally responsible for child for lead poisoning

2009 New Hampshire Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

2010New Hampshire Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program


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