Arizona Law & the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Among poison fatality causes, carbon monoxide poisoning is the most common. Carbon monoxide poisoning in Arizona is mostly commonly caused by prolonged exposure to low levels of the gas, which can leave Arizona victims with serious injuries and damages. While the state implements laws to prevent such damages from occurring, it is possible that you could be exposed to this “silent killer” completely due to someone else's gross negligence. If that has been the case, and you and your loved ones have suffered harm from carbon monoxide exposure, then the expert attorneys at Carabin Shaw are ready to help you file your carbon monoxide lawsuit in Arizona.
At Carabin Shaw, our priority is to fight for the best interests of our clients. After exposure to carbon monoxide, you and your loved ones are likely struggling for the time and resources needed to recover. It is the belief of every lawyer at Carabin Shaw that you deserve the opportunity to focus entirely on your recovery. Expensive medical bills, lost work hours, and limited mobility are only a few of the struggles that victims of carbon monoxide poisoning face in the aftermath of exposure. Working with the Arizona carbon monoxide poisoning lawyers at Carabin Shaw will guarantee that you win your maximum possible settlement.
To best set you on the path towards recovering what was lost, our experts offer free case review and initial consultation to all Arizona victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. We provide any and all information you need to ensure that you are able to make the best decision about your next steps, and we are ready to support you at every step of the journey. Our attorneys will help you to build evidence for your case, communicate with insurance companies, and provide the time you deserve to recover from your damages.Arizona Law and the Danger of Carbon Monoxide
“The silent killer” may sound like a dramatic name, but carbon monoxide has not earned the nickname without reason. This toxic gas has no scent, color, or even taste in the air. As such, it is impossible to detect with only the human senses. Despite that, the damages it can inflict are immense.
Carbon monoxide becomes harmful over time, as it begins to replace oxygen in the bloodstream. As vital organs in the body need oxygen to function, any inhibitor to that flow results in incredible damages.
Common effects of carbon monoxide exposure include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Dizziness and fainting
- Heart conditions
- Lung complications
- And many other injuries
Arizona law requires that each home have a carbon monoxide detector in order to alert residents in the case of a gas leak. The state law states that such devices “must be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms… where a fuel-burning appliance is located within a bedroom or its attached bathroom, a carbon monoxide alarm shall be installed within the bedroom.”
This law becomes especially important in rented homes. It is the legal duty to install and maintain these devices, and if the landowner has been negligent and is at-fault for your injuries then Arizona injury attorneys at Carabin Shaw will help you fight for the justice you deserve.Arizona Carbon Monoxide Attorneys | Carabin Shaw
After suffering from carbon monoxide exposure, you deserve to work with the best personal injury attorneys that Arizona has to offer. At Carabin Saw, we have over three decades of experience fighting for the justice and compensation that our clients are due. With over $1 billion won for our clients in that time, we have collected the necessary resources and experience to ensure that you win your maximum settlement by the end of your case. In order to see reviews from our past license, visit Carabin Shaw’s client reviews.
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