Atlanta Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorney

CO2 Poisoning Lawsuits

Have your or a loved one recently been exposed to excessive amount of carbon monoxide? Was this exposure the result of another individual’s negligent or reckless behavior? Have you sustained serious injuries as a result, or lost a family member in the process? If so, you may have grounds to take legal action against the at-fault party. Contact the understanding Atlanta personal injury lawyers at the Grant Law Office today for more information. Whether you were hurt while on the job or unwittingly exposed to high doses of carbon monoxide in your own home, we will use every resource at our disposal to ensure that you receive the compensation you need to make a comfortable recovery.

Who is Responsible for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Georgia?

But don’t delay. The sooner you are able to meet with our personal injury team, the better your odds will be at securing a fair and full award. Our investigators will take the time to research every possible lead in your case and determine what or who was responsible for your family’s poisoning. Depending on what we uncover and the extent of your injuries, you could be entitled to significant compensation. The total amount of money varies from case to case, and is impossible to predict with any degree of certainty, but generally it will fall into one or more of the categories:

  • Emergency medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Doctor’s fees
  • Pain and suffering
  • Wrongful death

Of course you may be wondering at this point how you will be able to afford an attorney considering the medical bills you are facing. At the Grant Law Office we operate on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t collect any fees until your case has been successfully closed. In short, we don’t get paid until you do. So, call today and schedule a free case consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys. We will provide a comprehensive review of your rights and in-depth discussion on your best options.

Dial (404) 995-3955 or use our online form to contact one of our representatives and schedule an appointment.

What Causes Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

Carbon monoxide is present wherever there is combustion. So, your car, your truck, or your tractor emits carbon monoxide; essentially anything with an engine can produce the gas. Generally speaking though, these machines give off small amounts that require a closed off space or direct contact for an extensive periods of time. While this can certainly prove hazardous, and lethal in most cases, the real danger comes from small leaks within combustion systems. Indoor-heaters have proven to be especially dangerous in this manner. Oil, kerosene or wood burners are a genuine threat during the winter months and must be thoroughly maintained to prevent exposure.

Contact an Atlanta Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Lawyer at Grant Law Office

No matter what the source, carbon monoxide leaks usually stem from poor maintenance practices or a total disregard for public safety. If you believe your landlord, building manager, neighbor or employer exposed you, or someone you love, to toxic levels of carbon monoxide, give the Atlanta injury attorneys at Grant Law Office a call today. You have rights and we will help you exercise them to the fullest extent of the law. The number to call is (404) 995-3955.

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