Virginia Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Lawyers

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorneys

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Richard J. Serpe, PC are currently investigating potential lawsuits for people that have suffered from the serious side effects of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a negligent individual or entity. Negligent parties most often include: building owners, employers, and product manufacturers.

The “Silent Killer”

Carbon monoxide (CO) is frequently referred to as the “Silent Killer” because it is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. Carbon monoxide reduces the amount of oxygen delivered to the body’s vital organs such as the heart or the brain. When exposed to large enough amounts of CO it can cause you to suffocate or lose consciousness within minutes.

Carbon monoxide poisoning is often due to:

  • faulty equipment/appliances
  • improper use or handling of equipment/appliances
  • lack of or improper venting
  • failure to comply with carbon monoxide detector regulations

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Symptoms & Side Effects of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Dull headaches, weakness, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, confusion, blurred vision, loss of consciousness, brain damage, and death. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and believe them to be because of carbon monoxide poisoning, you should see a medical professional immediately. 

Statute of Limitations for Virginia Injury Lawsuits

Under Virginia law, it is necessary to file a lawsuit within strict deadlines imposed by law. In many cases, Virginia provides for a two-year deadline also known as a Statute of Limitations. However, special circumstances may apply depending on the situation. Once you have missed this deadline, you will no longer be able to file a claim.

Do You Know Your Legal Rights? – Contact Richard Serpe

Immediate investigation often makes the difference between winning and losing a carbon monoxide poisoning case. If you or a loved one have been harmed by carbon monoxide poisoning because someone else was negligent contact us to discuss your situation 877-544-5323.


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