Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas that’s highly toxic to humans. CO poisoning is responsible for hundreds of deaths every year. Alarmingly, it often happens with little or no warning. By the time you realize something is wrong, it may be too late.
So how can you protect yourself (and your loved ones) from CO poisoning?
The first step is to educate yourself about the dangers. By reading our free white paper, titled “Without Warning: How Everyday Appliances Become Deadly Threats,” you’ll learn:
- Which common household appliances are the biggest culprits
- What factors contribute to CO leaks
- What signs and symptoms may point to either low-level or acute exposure
- What one simple step can save your life
Our firm is a leader in representing victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. We have handled many of these tragic cases, giving us profound insight into what often goes wrong – and who can be held responsible.