Claim compensation for carbon monoxide poisoning

If you have suffered injury, or lost a loved one, as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning then you can seek compensation for the injuries and financial losses caused.

To bring a claim you will need to show that the injury was sustained as a result of the negligent actions of someone else. This can be in rented accommodation, a public area, workplace or similar. It has been known for carbon monoxide to drift from one property to another if they share a chimney flue.

Cohen Cramer Solicitors are experts at dealing with carbon monoxide claims and we can help you claim the compensation that you deserve.

To get your claim started or to have a chat to see what we can do to help, get in touch with us today:

  • call: 0113 224 7830 (24 hours)
  • email: enquiry@cohencramerpi.co.uk
  • pop your details into the contact box at the bottom of this page and we will get back to you

Carbon monoxide (co) is a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas so there will be no indication other than a decline in your physical condition that you are being exposed to it; this is what makes it so deadly. It is slightly lighter than air so can float to another room from its source.

Carbon monoxide is breathed in and enters the blood stream via the lungs. It is highly toxic and can kill; so you need to be aware of the symptoms that can result from coming into contact with it.

The symptoms can include:

  • headaches
  • lethargy
  • nausea
  • dizziness
  • lack of breath
  • lack of physical coordination
  • loss of consciousness

Prolonged exposure can result in vomiting and, if unchecked, ultimately, coma and death

You should go and see your doctor if you suspect that you have been affected by carbon monoxide; this may be useful evidence in support of any claim you may wish to make.

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Your claim can be dealt with on a ‘No Win – No Fee’ basis, this means, that if your claim fails you won’t have to pay us a penny for the work we have done on your behalf.