The law firm of Koch, Parafinczuk, and Wolf represents victims of carbon monoxide poisoning and their families throughout Southern Florida. Owners of hotels, motels, and homes have a duty to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition. This may include having operative smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors to warn residents and guests of any potential danger. This is especially true when dealing with carbon monoxide poisoning as the fumes are odorless and represent a hidden danger to hotel guests.
Carbon monoxide detectors are inexpensive. As such, most hotels, motels, and homes have such detectors. Unfortunately, others do not, and put their guests and residents in grave danger.
Depending upon the facts of your case, victims of carbon dioxide poisoning and their families may have causes of action against hotels, developers, and property management companies of the same.
If a family member has been a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning, contact the law offices of Koch, Parafinczuk, and Wolf.