Fire or Explosion Accident Victims: We’re on Your Side
Those who work in career fields where the potential for fire or explosion accidents exists are careful to take precautionary measures to protect themselves. Unfortunately, even with safety measures in place and OHSA regulations strictly followed, fire and explosion accidents are not entirely preventable. They occur, often leaving a victim with serious, long-lasting injuries.
At the Chicago law firm of Briskman Briskman & Greenberg, we’re on your side. We represent victims of workplace fire or explosion accidents in pursuing both workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. With decades of experience behind them, our lawyers know how to secure the compensation you need for current and future expenses.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation to discuss your fire or explosion accident case.
Examining the Costs Associated With a Fire or Explosion Accident
A workplace accident resulting from a fire or explosion can result in severe complications, including:
- Burn injuries
- Electrocution injuries
- Loss of limbs
- Nerve damage
- Permanent scarring
- Reduced mobility
Victims of burn or explosion accidents often spend months under the care of medical professionals. Depending on the damage they’ve sustained, continuing physical occupational and psychological therapy may be necessary. If a victim is injured to the point he or she will not be able to return to his or her former employment, vocational rehabilitation may also be needed.
The costs associated with injuries from a fire or explosion accident add up quickly. Securing full and fair compensation from liable parties is vital to continuing to live a life of dignity.
When a workplace accident involving a fire or explosion occurs, it is important to thoroughly investigate every possible source of compensation. Many parties may ultimately be liable for what has taken place. Beyond workers’ compensation, you may be eligible to file a third party liability claim against manufacturers of defective products, negligent contractors working on the jobsite or others whose careless actions contributed to the accident.
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All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means we will only accept payment if we are successful in getting you compensation.
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