Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorneys

In Texas, the law requires day care centers, apartment buildings, and family homes to have carbon monoxide detectors.

But some property owners do not equip their premises with detectors or keep them in working order. In other instances, carbon monoxide detectors are present, but are defective or faulty and fail to detect the presence of noxious chemicals on a property.

If you or a loved one have been poisoned by carbon monoxide because a defective carbon monoxide detector failed to detect the gas, or if a detector was not installed in your building, you have rights.

Call Wyatt Law Firm at 210-255-2231 for a free consultation. Let us help you pursue the damages to which you are rightfully entitled.

Carbon Monoxide — A Silent And Invisible Killer

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas that is produced by gas appliances and other devices that operate by combustion. Exposure to carbon monoxide can be potentially lethal. The side effects of poisoning can include tissue damage, brain injury, cardiac complication, brain and heart failure, or even death.

Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include:

  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Shortness of breath
  • Light-headedness
  • General flu-like symptoms

How We Can Help

Our property owner negligence attorneys have experience representing people who have been poisoned by carbon monoxide. We have the technical resources and advocacy skills to bring your claim to a satisfactory resolution. We have obtained substantial results for victims of negligence and achieved landmark results. Utilizing decades of legal experience, aggressive litigation skills, and a team approach, we seek the best possible result for every client.

Carbon monoxide exposure has taken the lives of many. But for victims who survive exposure to carbon monoxide, life will never be the same. Wyatt Law Firm will stand by you, working hard to help you get the medical care and compensation you need.

Free Consultation With An Attorney

Contact Wyatt Law Firm by calling 210-255-2231. We handle carbon monoxide poisoning cases throughout Texas from our San Antonio offices.