Layton Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Lawyer
Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, is called the “Invisible Killer” because it’s a colorless, odorless poisonous gas. Carbon monoxide poisoning often results from poorly maintained or installed appliances such as water heaters and furnaces.
Carbon monoxide poisoning commonly occurs in apartment buildings or hotels. As a community, we have the right to expect that our apartment or hotel room will be safe. To ensure our safety, apartment complexes and hotels must hire qualified employees to regularly inspect and maintain the water heaters and furnaces.
Additionally, apartment complexes and hotels must supervise their employees and ensure that enough resources are provided to the employees so they can conduct regular maintenance and replace faulty water heaters and furnaces when needed.
Apartment complexes and hotels must follow these simple safety rules to protect us from harm or death. At Feller & Wendt, LLC, every Layton carbon monoxide poisoning lawyer is dedicated to enforcing the community’s right to safety in apartments and hotels by holding apartment complexes and hotels accountable for their irresponsible and reckless choices.
Our Layton personal injury attorneys offer aggressive, trial-tested legal representation to victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. With offices in Salt Lake City, Layton, North Logan and St. George, we serve people across Utah. Our lawyers will take decisive action aimed at helping your family recover full compensation for your injuries.
Who Is Liable for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Utah?
The initial question in any carbon monoxide poisoning case is proving the source of the carbon monoxide. Defective or faulty appliances, water heaters, or furnaces can emit harmful levels of carbon monoxide. Landlords or commercial property owners must take appropriate steps to measure the levels of carbon monoxide in their dwellings. Carbon monoxide detectors are easy to install and relatively inexpensive. Once we pinpoint the source of the carbon monoxide poisoning, our Layton carbon monoxide poisoning lawyers will work to hold the negligent parties accountable.
Damages in Utah Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Cases
If a loved one has suffered brain damage due to carbon monoxide poisoning, it is likely your family will require significant financial resources to cover the costs associated with this damage. A skilled Layton carbon monoxide poisoning lawyer at Feller & Wendt, LLC will work with experts to establish past and projected medical expenses, lost income, and other damages associated with your loved one’s injuries.
Contact a Layton Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorney at Feller & Wendt, LLC
Our law firm handles all wrongful death and personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis. We will not accept a fee unless we are successful in your case. Call (801) 499-5060 or complete our online contact form to schedule your free initial consultation.