Fire And Explosion Claims
If you or a loved one suffered an injury from a fire or explosion accident in the workplace, you may be struggling with a painful recovery and the emotional trauma of disfigurement and newfound limitations. At Meshbesher Law Firm, we understand the significant losses caused by fires and explosion accidents. While the extent of your loss cannot be fully measured, we can help you seek financial compensation to make moving forward as painless as possible.
Common Causes Of Serious Fires And Explosions
Workplaces in various industries present unique explosion hazards and fire risks.
Fire and explosion accidents can result from:
- Buildings not up to safety code
- Improperly ventilated workspaces
- Defective products
- Improper use of explosives or flammable liquids and gases
- Workspaces inadequately managing storage and disposal of combustible dusts, such as sawdust, flour or food dye
- Faulty or overloaded electrical wiring
Who Can Be Held Responsible?
If an employer or other party fails to mitigate these risks and an employee suffers serious burns when a fire or blast erupts, the negligent party can be held liable. It is crucial to tell your attorney the names of all the individuals that could be responsible for the explosion. Common parties include:
- Landlords that do not maintain the property, leading to the explosion
- Other tenants within an apartment building that caused an explosion or fire
- Negligent contractors
- Manufacturers of defective products
- Businesses that are responsible for the accident
- Negligent drivers
- Negligent employers
Contact Our Firm Today
If you or a loved one has been affected by a fire or explosion caused someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. We have decades of legal experience and will fight aggressively to give you the best chance at receiving compensation for the injustice done to you or a loved one.
You could receive compensation for your past and present medical expenses caused by the accident, lost wages, medical expenses, scarring or disfigurement, and pain and suffering. To see what we can do for you, email our office or call us at 612-349-5215 for a free consultation.