Attorney Interview: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

There are many ways that people can become victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. A faulty detector is one, but many kinds of products like space heaters or charcoal grills can also emit dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. Worst of all, victims don't know it's happening, hence the term "the silent killer." Many suspect that they have the flu, as the symptoms can appear similar.

David Klibaner is a personal injury attorney with extensive experience with defect products and product liability litigation. In this interview, he explains everything you need to know about how to stay safe from carbon monoxide poisoning, and what you can do if you or a loved one has been poisoned.

Topics covered in this video:

  • What household products emit carbon monoxide?
  • How does carbon monoxide poisoning occur?
  • What diseases result from carbon monoxide poisoning?
  • What are the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?
  • Who is most at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning?
  • How can we protect ourselves?
  • Can I get carbon monoxide poisoning outside of my house?
  • When should someone call an attorney?
  • What kind of device defects cause carbon monoxide?
  • Can personal injury lawyers help with insurance claims for these injuries?

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