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What is Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

Carbon monoxide is a lethal gas that can kill quickly. Unfortunately, it is odorless and colorless, making it difficult to detect if something unexpected happens. Carbon monoxide gas is produced when fuel is burned, so almost any gas or fuel-burning vehicle or appliance could become very dangerous.

Some of the most common carbon monoxide producers include:

  • Cars and motor vehicles
  • Gas stoves and appliances
  • Grills
  • Generators
  • Charcoal and fireplaces

Generally, these vehicles and appliances are safe to use if you are using and maintaining them properly. Following product, safety instructions can help protect you and others from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. You can also install carbon monoxide detectors to prevent a potential tragedy.


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Experienced Litigation for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning


What causes carbon monoxide poisoning? Sometimes, carbon monoxide poisoning occurs on someone else’s property, rental property, or as a result of another person’s negligent actions. In these instances, you might be entitled to compensation for the damages and injuries you have experienced a Florida carbon monoxide poisoning attorney can help you determine who is responsible for your injuries and what can be done about it.

What constitutes negligence in carbon monoxide-related injuries? Negligence might involve ignoring warning signs that indicate something needs to be fixed, failing to keep carbon monoxide detectors up-to-date, or in any other way failing to meet responsibilities to keep tenants or customers safe. For carbon monoxide poisoning litigation to proceed, the poisoning must be directly caused by the negligent behavior of the responsible party. Our experienced attorneys know how to determine and prove liability for carbon-monoxide related injuries and death.

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Examples of carbon monoxide poisoning due to negligence include:

  • An improperly installed furnace
  • A malfunctioning product or appliance
  • Negligence of a landlord
  • Negligence of a hotel or other business

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