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Helping the victims of carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning is often the result of negligence. An appliance or device that is defective or incorrectly installed can be deadly. Apartment buildings or rental properties that are not maintained properly can threaten your health. We can help.

Carbon monoxide attorneys

If you have suffered a carbon monoxide related injury, Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Shoenberger can help. Our lawyers have spent 6 decades getting 7 and 8 figure results in personal injury and wrongful death cases. We can get you the money you deserve.

  • Poisoned at home:
    Hot water heaters, stoves, propane heaters and vehicles can cause CO gas to reach dangerous levels.
  • Poisoned at a rental property:
    Landlords owe a duty of care to ensure that carbon monoxide does not threaten residents. Negligent building owners put countless people at risk for CO poisoning.
  • Poisoned while visiting:
    Hotels, spas and swimming pools heat large quantities of water to satisfy their guests. If this is not handled properly, the result can be exposure to carbon monoxide.
  • Fatal and non-fatal exposure:
    Carbon monoxide can injure without killing. Our firm handles cases involving wrongful death, as well as cases where victims suffered a CO-related illness.

Our firm can guide you through the complex process of getting compensation for injuries caused by carbon monoxide. Call us at 415-981-7210 for a free consultation.

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If you or a loved one has been injured by carbon monoxide, call 415-981-7210.