We at Wieand Law Firm, LLC are currently accepting new clients who have been injured as a result of exposure to carbon monoxide. If you, or a loved one, has suffered harm, or died, because of this toxic gas, please consult one of the carbon monoxide poisoning attorneys in Philadelphia from our firm.
Exposure to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Being exposed to carbon monoxide can have serious consequences, and for some people, these can be permanent if not fatal. Whenever CO poisoning is caused because of the negligent actions of another party, such as a manufacturer, employer, or building owner, a carbon monoxide poisoning attorney may be able to help you recover damages for:
Whether you are the loved one of someone who is incapacitated or lost their life because of exposure to CO, or are experience unexplainable symptoms that you think stem from carbon monoxide, the Philadelphia carbon monoxide poisoning attorneys from Wieand Law Firm, LLC would like to speak with you.
If we find reason to believe your injuries, or a death, are caused by carbon monoxide exposure, we may investigate your case in further detail and help to determine whether a claim or lawsuit can be filed. Find out more now, by calling our firm or completing the form on this page.
How a Carbon Monoxide Lawyer Can Help
When a carbon monoxide poisoning attorney finds failure on part of an individual, company, or entity, a complete investigation should ensue to try and determine how the poisoning occurred. Examples may include:
Potential Liable Parties
The carbon monoxide poisoning attorneys in Philadelphia from Wieand Law Firm, LLC work with leading experts to diagnose CO poisoning and any related injuries. Our firm also has a network of expert witnesses including investigators, doctors, technicians, and other relevant professionals who may assist us in building a case that is undeniable. Rest assured we will do our best to get you justice in the form of monetary compensation.
Tips to Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Detecting carbon monoxide is not easy, especially because there is no odor or color. Just as you would install a smoke detector in a home, you should also install a carbon monoxide detector in all rooms of the house. These set off an alarm when CO levels become too high. Other types include:
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The health repercussions of carbon monoxide exposure can be catastrophic and may include serious, if not permanent cognitive impairment and other brain damage. When negligence was a factor to you, or a loved one’s, exposure, compensation may be available. Please consult Philadelphia carbon monoxide poisoning attorneys as soon as possible.