Explosion Injury Lawyer in Dallas
If you watch television, you may think that explosions are an everyday occurrence, but the truth is, for an explosion to occur someone must have done something wrong. Due to safety equipment and protocols that have been written, almost all workplace injuries are the result of some form of negligence.
Examples of negligence leading to explosions and severe injuries include:
- Propane was improperly stored or there must be a tank defect.
- A company failed to inform a technician, a cleaner, or a contractor of flammable chemicals in the workspace if a spark ignites them.
- A contractor failed to locate or mark a gas pipeline on a construction site or for a road construction project and backhoe hits a gas line and it explodes.
Whether the failure was an OSHA violation, a failure to follow government regulations, or a failure to properly design and manufacture a product, the people left to pick up the pieces of this failure are the workers who suffered burn injuries, or a grieving family.
How Our Firm Can Help
At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, our Plano work injury attorneys believe injured workers deserve aggressive representation and full compensation. We represent construction workers, oil rig workers, warehouse workers, manufacturing plant workers, vehicle passengers, and others who have been injured by explosions. We also bring wrongful death cases on behalf of the families of people who have been killed in an explosion.
We have a strong team of experts—engineering experts, product experts, and accident reconstruction specialists—whom we use to investigate fires and explosions. We bring both the resources and the legal knowledge to bear on your case to prove fault and damages.
You may not know what caused the explosion. Don't let that deter you from talking to a lawyer who can tell you if the case is worth investigating. You can speak to a lawyer for free and you pay no attorney's fees unless you receive money for your claim.
Fill out a free case evaluation for Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP to review. We want to bring justice to your explosion accident.