Detroit Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorneys

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a potentially deadly risk associated with boating. Death can happen in mere minutes when an individual unknowingly inhales large concentrations of carbon monoxide that has built up in a small area like the swim platform. Gasoline-powered boats in particular produce ten times more CO than those powered by diesel, so owners of gas boats must be especially careful about their boat’s exhaust fumes. Unfortunately, carbon monoxide poisoning can occur as a result of the boat owner’s negligence.

If you or a loved one has sustained carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of a suspected negligent boater’s actions, contact a Detroit carbon monoxide poisoning attorney with Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys, to determine your eligibility for financial compensation.

Carbon Monoxide and Boats

Carbon monoxide poisoning from a boat’s exhaust may a occur as a result of any of the following:

  • Exhaust leaks
  • Poor ventilation
  • Boat is docked too close to another boat that is running
  • Blocked exhaust outlets
  • Boating at slow speeds

Carbon monoxide poisoning can quickly turn a fun activity into tragedy. The Detroit carbon monoxide poisoning attorneys of Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys, are prepared to hold suspected negligent boaters accountable for the injuries that they caused others to sustain.

Contact a Detroit Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Attorney

If you or a loved one has suffered carbon monoxide poisoning while boating, you may be able to hold the boat owner involved liable for the associated injuries. The Detroit carbon monoxide poisoning attorneys at Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys, are ready to provide you with legal advice and potentially take on your case. Call us today at (248) 948-9696 to speak to a boating accident attorney.