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At Dreyer Boyajian LLP, we have been standing up for the victims of serious injuries for more than 30 years. Our attorneys offer experienced and aggressive representation to people who have been harmed by carbon monoxide poisoning. Our goal is simple – to make sure people have their chance to file a claim to obtain monetary compensation.
If you believe you are a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning, it’s important to speak to an experienced Albany carbon monoxide attorney about your rights. We invite you to visit our contact page and schedule a free initial consultation.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas that is impossible for people to detect without special equipment. Carbon monoxide can lead to serious brain damage and even death.
According to the CDC, poisoning from carbon monoxide is the primary cause of accidental death by poisoning in the U.S. Carbon monoxide poisoning can occur on the job, at home or while traveling. It can cause profound brain damage or lesser, yet still devastating, neuro-cognitive injuries showing up as memory loss or confusion. Often times our Albany personal injury lawyers will work with medical specialists, such as neurologists and neuropsychologists, in order to prove that the exposure has had a lasting effect on our client. If you have been harmed by carbon monoxide poisoning, you can rely on our firm to closely examine your case and seek monetary compensation for your losses.
Our Albany carbon monoxide injury lawyers work to find answers to the important questions surrounding your case. Were you exposed to carbon monoxide at work? Did your landlord fail to make sure carbon monoxide detectors were functioning properly? The answers to these questions and more could determine whether you are entitled to compensation for the damages you have suffered as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning.