Baby Food Linked to Autism-Do I have a Claim?

by Eric Alan Stamps on Jan. 31, 2022

Accident & Injury Products Liability Lawsuit & Dispute  Class Action Mass Torts 

Summary: Qualifications for Toxic Baby Food Autism Cases.

Baby Food Autism Cases-Do I Qualify?

What claims are being made in the baby food autism lawsuits?
Studies show that there are unhealthy amounts of metals in baby foods. These metals include lead, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury. Additional studies show that metals cause intellectual decline in babies and small children. 
What companies are being sued in the baby food autism lawsuits?
-Hain Celestial Group(EARTH’S BEST ORGANIC)
-Plum(Plum Organics)
-Sprout Foods

How do I know if my child’s autism or ADHD is caused by these baby foods? Usually, the child is developing fine until about 1.5 to 2 years old. At that time, the parent(s) usually notice negative changes in the child. The child must have been fed the baby food regularly and the child must have a diagnosis of Autism or ASD.  
Are the baby food autism lawsuits a class action? The lawsuits are filed individually but hearing are scheduled to determine how the courts are going to proceed with all the cases. Likely, they will be consolidated into a Multi-District Litigation(MDL). 

What should I do if I suspect my child’s autism or ADHD was caused by baby food? Contact us immediately so that we can help your child, you, and your family. 

Eric A. Stamps, Attorney at Law

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