Carbon Monoxide Poisoning | Miller & Steiert
Brain Damage, Wrongful Death & More.
Deaths or injuries that result from carbon monoxide poisoning typically result from improperly installed furnaces or poorly maintained boilers, stoves and water heaters. While plumbers and contractors can be held liable for fatalities and injuries that occur from carbon monoxide poisoning, negligent landlords can as well when a failure to maintain gas appliances on their part is involved. At the law office of Miller & Steiert, our lawyers investigate injuries and fatalities in carbon monoxide poisoning cases in order to recover fair compensation for individuals and families injured as a result. Working with experts in heating and gas systems, we conduct our own evaluation of plumbing work and the condition of water heaters, boilers, furnaces, dryers and stoves. Our attorneys expose poor workmanship and failures to identify degraded or defective parts involved in carbon monoxide cases.
Don't assume carbon monoxide poisoning is simply the result of bad luck or being at the wrong place at the wrong time. To discuss how we can help you, contact personal injury lawyers at Miller & Steiert today.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Brain Injuries and Wrongful Death
The law office of Miller & Steiert represents clients in carbon monoxide poisoning cases involving the following:
- Improperly installed boiler or furnace
- Defective water heaters, stoves or other gas appliances
- Defective propane heaters (Coleman 5045 PowerMate heaters)
- Gas leaks due to construction
- Poorly maintained heaters by landlords
Determining Costs associated with Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Carbon monoxide poisoning usually results in brain damage or death. In order to determine the full financial impact of a carbon monoxide poisoning on our clients, our attorneys work with economists who consider costs associate with medical treatment, physical therapy, special education, lost wages and diminished quality of life. In cases involving brain damage, our attorneys can assist clients in establishing a special needs trust in order to take care of future healthcare needs of those affected.
Contact Carbon Monoxide Attorneys at Miller & Steiert Today
Before talking to a manufacturer, landlord or plumber about your injuries, contact an experience carbon monoxide attorney at Miller & Steiert today. We understand the issues involved and can't be misled or fooled into ignoring negligence on the part of plumbers, manufacturers and landlords.