Explosion Accident Lawyers
Winning millions in recovery for victims and survivors of tragic explosions
Explosions occur throughout the United States in various ways and scenarios, typically caused by some forms of negligence. Although our initial thought might go to terrorist attack or military action, the greatest potential for an explosion is in a work setting. Many occupations especially those using chemicals, electricity, gas, explosive substances, or flammable materials are the most prone. Even following the strictest safety and hazard guidelines daily, one mishap can be catastrophic - and often to a widespread area surrounding the event. Notably most susceptible are industries such as refining, pipeline, oilfield or oil rig, and other industrial or manufacturing plants. In almost all cases, an explosion was preventable. At Galindo Law, we are aggressive at fighting for personal injuries and property damages resulting from explosions.
Our trial attorneys are experienced in getting maximum in recovery for explosion damages
The damages caused by an explosion are extremely serious for victims. A blast has severe consequences, usually afflicting a great number of people, as massive amounts of energy are released all at once. There are dangerous and deadly reactions that take place directly from the blast, and afterwards with fire, toxins, smoke, fumes, radiation, and more. The effects can cause high casualties and very serious injuries. Survivors of an explosion, or family members of a deceased victim, should contact a skilled attorney to understand their rights and options after a tragic event like this.
What kinds of damages can occur from an explosion?
Blast or Catastrophic Injuries
Destruction or damage to private property
Fire, Smoke, Fumes, Debris, & Toxins