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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

The Law Office of Abramowitz, Pomerantz & Morehead represents injury victims who have been harmed due to negligence in Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and the nearby areas. If you have suffered injury due to carbon monoxide poisoning, our law firm can help. We have helped thounsands of injury victims by providing the assertive representation they need. Filing an injury claim is the only way to get the compensation you are owed for pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills.

Understanding Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning causes thousands of fatalities and health issues every year. Carbon monoxide (CO) is hard to detect due to the fact that it is a colorless, tasteless, and odorless gas which is also poisonous. The difficulty of detecting carbon monoxide is why it is often referred to as the “invisible killer.” Carbon monoxide can cause severe injury or death while at home, on vacation, in cars, garages, boats, and hotels. If you have any questions about filing an injury claim due to carbon monoxide poison, call us or email us.

Symptoms & Signs Of Carbon Monoxide Poison

Typically, members of the same family or in the same apartment building may report having the same symptoms. Some of the typical symptoms include vomiting and nausea, or psychotic episodes mimicking a psychiatric or neurological disorder.

To ensure that your home is protected against carbon monoxide poison, make sure to replace the batteries in your carbon monoxide detector every Spring and Fall. In addition, never attempt to heat your home with an oven or gas range or run a car inside of an attached garage.

To schedule a consultation with an attorney from our law office, contact us by calling us at 561-833-5544 today.