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Our law firm is handling baby food autism lawsuits in all 50 states.

Several popular brands of baby foods contain high levels of heavy metals such as mercury, arsenic, lead, and cadmium. These heavy metals are well-known neurotoxins. Consuming these toxic metals in baby foods may have caused thousands of children to develop autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.

Many parents are filing a toxic baby food lawsuit to protect their children, alleging claims against the manufacturers of these contaminated baby foods. These baby food autism lawsuits allege the manufacturers knew about heavy metals in their products, and children developed autism from consuming them. 

Current research and testing have shown that Gerber and other major brands of baby food contain dangerously high levels of toxic heavy metals such as lead, arsenic, and mercury. These harmful metals cause health complications and neurologic damage in developing children. The development of conditions such as ADHD and autism may be linked to consuming these toxic baby foods.

The product liability lawyers at Miller & Zois seek cases from children (and their parents) who consumed contaminated Gerber baby foods and were later diagnosed with neurologic health conditions such as autism.

If you have a potential baby food autism case, call us today at 800-553-8082 or reach out to us online.

Beech-Nut brand baby foods contained excessively high levels of toxic heavy metals. Consuming these products may have caused some children to develop neurologic disorders such as autism or ADHD. Parents who feed their children Beech-Nut and other toxic baby food products are now filing product liability lawsuits.

Our lawyers are handling toxic baby food autism lawsuits for families who have a child who has autism as a result of baby food products contaminated with harmful heavy metals. Our law firm handles these toxic baby food lawsuits in all 50 states.

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Our toxic baby food lawyers seek new cases from children (and their parents) who consumed HappyBaby baby foods and were subsequently diagnosed with autism.  Every day, parents reach out to our lawyers looking to see if there is a connection between the baby food their child eats and a later autism diagnosis.

What is the backstory behind the Happy Baby autism lawsuits?   HappyBaby is a popular baby food brand made by Nurture Inc. and sold at Walmart stores across the U.S. Nurture is a company that owns Happy Family Brands and sells baby food under the brand name HappyBABY.

The comClassics Turkey and Turkey BrothNurture Inc. was founded in 2006 by Shazi Visram. It started selling its HappyBABY line of organic baby food in 2009. In 2013, Nurture Inc. acquired Plum Organics, a California-based organic baby food company, to expand its product offerings. In 2019, it was acquired by Danone S.A., a French multinational food-products corporation.

Our law firm is handling Tylenol and baby food autism lawsuits in all 50 states.

A report released last year revealed that many baby food brands contain alarmingly high levels of hazardous metals such as arsenic, lead, mercury.

This discovery has spawned a steady stream of consumer class-action lawsuits against various baby food manufacturers around the country. It may also lead to product liability lawsuits alleging that consumption of the contaminated foods caused neurologic damage.

Last week, a judge in California denied a motion by a group of baby food manufacturers that sought to exclude expert testimony regarding a link between heavy metals in baby foods and the development of autism spectrum disorder and ADHD.

This ruling, in NC v. Han Celestial, et al. (Superior Ct. of Cal., Los Angeles Cnty. – 21STCV22822), could have major implications for future toxic baby food lawsuits and it means we could have the first baby food autism trial this summer.

If you have been waiting on the sidelines waiting to see if what you were hearing about the viability of a baby food autism lawsuit was real, this is a post you want to digest.  Because this is the biggest development in the history of the baby food toxic metal litigation.

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