Virginia Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Lawsuits

Carbon monoxide poisoning can cause serious injuries, and has the potential to cause permanent damage or death.  For over 30 years, Richard Serpe and his associates have fought with passion to protect those poisoned by toxic substances.  If you or someone you care about has suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning due to the negligence, do not hesitate to contact us to receive the dedicated assistance of our team that you deserve.

Richard Serpe and his colleagues recently settled a $1,000,000.00 carbon monoxide case involving faulty building repairs leaving a young family severely poisoned.  In 2013, Richard Serpe and his colleagues settled a $2.5 million carbon monoxide case in Portsmouth, Virginia caused by faulty repair work which led to the untimely death of a couple. *Disclaimer – Please understand that all cases are different and the results of one case cannot be used as an indication of what our firm may obtain for a similar case. 

Richard Serpe, a respected Virginia personal injury lawyer, has established an extraordinary reputation for helping Virginia victims of toxic substances. Richard Serpe has devoted a substantial portion of his practice representing children with brain injuries caused by toxic substances.

Compensation for Virginia CO Poisoning Victims

Depending on the specifics of the poisoning, accident victims may be entitled to one or more of the following types of damages:

  • Medical costs. Victims may seek compensation for medical bills, as well as any future medical expenses associated with the injury.
  • Lost wages. If you’re hospitalized after your accident, there’s a good chance you’ll miss work while you recuperate. This may be recouped in your settlement.
  • Pain and suffering. Long after the physical wounds heal, the emotional pain of an accident can linger.  This pain and suffering may be included in your settlement.
  • Wrongful death. If your loved one was killed, you’re probably grief-stricken and wondering how you’ll shoulder medical bills, funeral costs – not to mention the loss of future income for your family. The emotional loss cannot be understated, either. The loss of companionship and affection is irreplaceable. The Virginia wrongful death act allows certain family members to bring a claim for the losses they have suffered from the death of a loved one.

Statute of Limitations (Deadlines) For Virginia Claims

Under Virginia law, it is necessary to file a lawsuit within strict deadlines imposed by law. In many cases, Virginia provides for a two-year deadline also known as a Statute of Limitations. However, special circumstances apply depending on the situation. Once you have missed this deadline, you will no longer be able to file a claim.

Virginia Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Lawyer

On a case by case basis, Richard Serpe confers with distinguished medical experts, to help create a case structure that brings each victim’s unique experience into sharp focus. Using years of hard-won experience and superior command of the law, he has brought justice and fair treatment to those whose lives have been altered by an injury.

If you or a loved one is suffering from the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning, you can be sure that your case will be handled with the respect, dedication and urgency that it deserves. Contact Richard Serpe Today 877-544-5323.