Exposure to carbon monoxide, also known as the “silent killer,” can result in serious injuries and even death. If your injuries are the result of another's negligence, whether from another individual, building owner or product manufacturer, you may be entitled to seek compensation.
The carbon monoxide lawyers at Gordon & Doner will investigate your claim and help you fight for the compensation you deserve for your injuries. We have more than two decades of experience securing favorable verdicts and settlements on behalf of the injured throughout South Florida.
Schedule a free, no obligation consultation today to speak with one our accomplished attorneys about your claim. We work on a contingency fee basis and are not paid unless your claim is successful.
A Colorless, Odorless Gas
Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that is produced by combustion engines. It is often referred to as the “silent killer” because it is difficult to detect.
Everyday items that burn fuel, such as cars, boats, generators, furnaces, stoves, grills and other items, produce carbon monoxide in small amounts. When large amounts of the gas is released in an enclosed space, it becomes concentrated and deadly.
Some of the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include dizziness, headache, weakness, confusion, nausea and chest pain. Many people feel as though they have the flu. Often, people who are sleeping can die from exposure without showing any symptoms. Just a few minutes of exposure can lead to brain damage or death.
Carbon monoxide poisoning often goes undetected and undiagnosed. Many people will not seek medical attention after exposure to the gas because they did not know they were exposed to carbon monoxide. Other times, doctors will incorrectly diagnose patients. They can become confused by patients who have brain damage but did not fall or hit their head.
Our West Palm Beach carbon monoxide lawyers will investigate the root cause of your poisoning to determine who was liable, as well as the best way to bring a claim to recover the compensation you deserve.
Contact our carbon monoxide poisoning lawyers today by calling 1 (855) 722-2552.
How a Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Lawyer Can Help
Carbon monoxide poisoning can happen to anyone, anywhere. Everyone is susceptible to exposure and it can occur in a private home, hospital, school, shopping mall or commercial building.
If you believe someone else's negligence caused your poisoning, you should seek legal help right away to recover the compensation you need for your injuries or losses.
Our West Palm Beach carbon monoxide lawyers are specialized in handling these types of cases and can help you recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, loss of quality of life, and pain and suffering. If you lost a loved one to carbon monoxide poisoning, you may be entitled to recover medical bills, loss of companionship, funeral expenses and other bills through a wrongful death lawsuit.
We will utilize our extensive resources to conduct a full investigation into the circumstances of your case to determine how and why you were exposed to the gas. We will gather all of the evidence necessary to hold liable parties responsible for your losses.
We are committed to fighting for the rights of the injured and will not settle until you receive just compensation.
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If you believe you or a loved one has suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning because of another's negligence, you deserve justice.
The West Palm Beach carbon monoxide lawyers at Gordon & Doner have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our injured clients and are not afraid to go after property owners or managers, insurance companies, or product manufacturers in order to help you recover the maximum amount of compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Experienced carbon monoxide poisoning lawyers will stop at nothing to ensure your rights are protected and that you have the funds you need to recover from your losses. We proudly offer our comprehensive legal services on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not owe us anything unless you recover a fair verdict or settlement. Schedule your free consultation today.
Call 1 (855) 722-2552 to speak with our West Palm Beach carbon monoxide lawyers.