Few injuries can be as severe as those resulting from fires and explosions. No matter the size or scope of the incident, all fires and explosions have the potential to cause catastrophic damage such as disfigurement, severe and chronic pain, and scarring. If the accident resulted from faulty wiring, a defective product, a negligible person, or any other at-fault party, you may have the right to pursue financial compensation to pay for any lost wages, medical bills, and psychological trauma associated with the accident. If you or a family member face injuries from a fire or explosion, it’s crucial that you seek legal representation as soon as possible.
The knowledgeable explosion and fire-related injury attorneys at Danko Meredith Trial Lawyers have a depth of experience helping victims of fires and explosions throughout California. We’ve represented clients burned or otherwise injured in electrical fires, transformer explosions, explosions of high-pressure vessels, fuel-fed fires, fires from underground gas lines, and auto fires. Find out how we can help you by contacting us today.
There are a wide variety of reasons why explosions occur. One of the most common is a negligible party attempting to cut costs. For example, explosions can result from the failure to properly ground equipment, not properly installing fittings, or the failure to protect lines or pipes during construction work. Some other common causes of fires and explosions include the following:
Fire and explosion lawsuits can involve multiple parties, including contractors responsible for wiring, gas, and propane, building owners, and defective product manufacturers. Because of the complex nature of these cases, it’s crucial that you hire an attorney who knows fire and explosion case law inside and out. Help is right around the corner at Danko Meredith.
A San Mateo personal injury lawyer experienced in explosion or fire-related injuries can be instrumental in putting together your case. At Danko Meredith, our team may be able to gather the evidence, subpoena the documents, analyze the medical issues to determine the total value of the case, file the necessary paperwork, negotiate with insurance companies to secure fair compensation, and if necessary, take the case to trial.
Our fire and explosion injury lawyers have gone up against utilities, government entities, construction companies, and auto manufacturers in explosion and fire cases. We have experience in uncovering evidence of:
We have access to professionals skilled in determining the “cause and origin” of a wide variety of explosions and fires, as well as access to medical professionals who are well qualified to testify concerning the fire victim’s injuries and projected course of treatment. At Danko Meredith, we understand the unique needs of fire and explosion victims. With the help of a explosion accident lawyer or fire injury attorney, you may be eligible to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, lost future earning potential, pain and suffering, and more.
At Danko Meredith Trial Lawyers, we have years of experience with explosion and fire-related injury claims. Our representative cases include settlements for victims of the PG&E transmission gas line explosion in San Bruno, the Butte wildfire, and the underground electrical transformer explosion in San Francisco. If you or a loved one suffered severe injuries in an explosion or other fire-related accident, contact us today to discuss your case. Our attorneys may be able to help you hold one or more parties accountable for your injuries.
At Danko Meredith, our experienced San Mateo explosion accident and fire injury lawyers have the resources to take your fire or explosion accident case to trial. Still, we’re skilled negotiators who also know how to negotiate fair settlements out of court. We’re a contingency-fee-based firm, meaning we charge attorney’s fees only if we win a recovery. Otherwise, the client pays nothing for our services. We want to seek justice for the explosion or fire victims and obtain compensation for their injuries.