Toxic Gas Levels Evacuate Walmart in Avalon Park, Florida

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Breaking News: The Orlando Sentinel has reported that seven individuals have been hospitalized due to carbon monoxide exposure at a Walmart in Avalon Park, Florida on Sunday August 9, 2015.


If you believe you or a loved one has suffered as a result of carbon monoxide exposure from visiting or working at the Avalon Park Walmart please contact us today. Our attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed on your behalf for compensatory damages.


Orange County Fire Rescue evacuated the Walmart at 3:30am due to unsafe levels of the toxic gas. Measured 30 minutes later, carbon monoxide levels reached 400 parts-per million (35 parts-per million is considered “excessive”).

At the scene several others were treated for their exposure to the dangerous gas while some refused treatment. Individuals who were exposed to such hazardous gas levels can have negative health consequences, both temporary and permanent.

Carbon monoxide has no smell or taste and many are unaware of their dangerous exposure. An individual may have noticed a frontal headache within one or two hours of this level of exposure.

I was exposed to carbon monoxide at Walmart, what should I do?

Visitors and workers both have unique claims for their damages. If you or a loved one has been exposed to carbon monoxide at Walmart, you may develop or have developed serious health conditions. Contact Morgan & Morgan immediately to confidentially discuss your options, as there are time limitations to filing a claim.

Consultations are free of charge and always 100% confidential.

Some of the damages you may be entitled to include:

  • Cost of rehabilitation
  • Reduced enjoyment of life
  • Permanent disability
  • Loss of income, including past and future wages
  • Medical costs—including hospital and doctor fees, prescription medications and the cost of surgery
  • Physical or emotional pain and suffering

You can contact us on our website, or by calling our direct hotline at 877-667-4265.

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