Welcome to our four-part blog series covering everything you need to know right now about how to protect your family and prevent carbon monoxide-related disasters in the home and abroad, how to look out for the signs and symptoms, and important risk factors that may help in implementing your specific plan of action.
The CDC reports over 20,000 visits to emergency rooms and more than 400 deaths annually from carbon monoxide poisoning in the U.S. A single carbon monoxide related-event can cause organ failure, brain damage and other serious injuries and illnesses which can last for weeks, months or sometimes even a lifetime.
In addition to causing its victims catastrophic and life-altering injuries, the aftermath of dealing with medical treatment and medical bills can wreak havoc on hopes, dreams, mental well-being and financial stability.
If you or a loved one has been hospitalized or has suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of a leak at a school, a hotel, a rental home or apartment, Airbnb or any other business, we’re here to help. Please contact our dedicated and specialized carbon monoxide poisoning lawyers today at 615-246-5549 or contact the firm online. We fight for you.
Nashville personal injury attorney Rocky McElhaney represents people who have been injured in car, truck and other automobile accidents as well as many other forms of negligence throughout the state of Tennessee.