Each piece of technology that is commercially or privately available that can possibly emit carbon monoxide is subject to stringent tests and laws governing their use. In doses of over 100 parts per million carbon monoxide can begin to present a huge threat to human health. Clearly, you will be aware of the symptoms having already seen a health specialist, and you will be undergoing some form of treatment designed to reverse the affects of the exposure. In industrial settings, however, many people can be exposed to huge amounts of carbon monoxide which can be fatal. As a precaution many homes are now fitted with carbon monoxide detectors so you can get an early warning if a piece of equipment you have has gone wrong.
If you have been relying on the proper functioning of a piece of equipment either at home or at work and it has let you down, then you could contact your personal injury solicitor and make a compensation claim. There are many types of equipment that emit carbon monoxide from your car to home wood fires, but one of the other main concerns is the space into which the gas accumulates. If you have a poorly ventilated area, then it can only be a matter of time before the amounts of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere become dangerous to human health. This is why each carbon monoxide emitting product should carry information about proper usage. Still, if you have been let down by your employer in this regard, you could make a compensation claim.
If you are certain that your exposure to toxic levels of carbon monoxide were as a result of a defective piece of technology or as a result of somebody else’s negligence, then you should get in contact with your personal injury solicitor.