New York Injury Lawyer Q&A

[ Home | Contents | Search | Post ]


I Need Help: son dies from carbon monoxide poisoning

From: Sharon Blakewood
Category: Wrongful Death
Date: 27 Oct 2008
Time: 15:58:32 -0500

Comments

My son died due to carbon monoxide poisoning and there has been a criminal charges brought against the landlord of the building he lived. Can I also sue the owner for wrongful death? How does these charges affect the case if one is possible??

Re: son dies from carbon monoxide poisoning

From: Paul Ajlouny, Esq.
Category: Wrongful Death
Date: 27 Oct 2008
Time: 16:33:06 -0500

Comments

Ma'am: First, please accept my heart felt condolences on the loss of your son. Take comfort if you can, that he is in a far better place and, someday you will see him again. As to your inquiry, if the carbon monoxide leak resulted from the landlord's negligence, as the criminal charges indicate it did, then you would have a viable wrongful death claim against him. A criminal conviction is a strong indication of the strength of such a case. Please call me at 1-800-535-5029 or email me at info@ajlounyinjurylaw.com so that we can discuss this case in further detail. Please remember that this communication is not specific legal advice and is only an overview of general aspects of New York personal injury and negligence law. It does not create an attorney client relationship and should not be relied upon without consulting a qualified New York personal injury law firm.

 

Home | Car Accidents | Motorcycle Accidents | Truck Accidents
Pedestrian Accident| Wrongful Death | Sitemap | Disclaimer | Locations | Referrals | Blog

1-800-535-5029 New York Personal Injury Lawyer 24 HR FREE ADVICE

google+ linkedin youtube vimeo pinterest tumblr blog

Home | New York City | Queens | Brooklyn | Bronx | Manhattan | Long Island | Nassau County | Suffolk County | Contact


Last changed: 07/11/17