The emotional, physical, and mental damage caused by an explosion can be devastating and fatal. Unfortunately, countless injuries and fatalities occur when individuals or entities behave recklessly or negligently at the expense of innocent workers, tenants, and other victims. These accidents can occur in countless settings, including oil or chemical refineries, construction sites, industrial plants, and even apartment buildings.
Whether you sustained severe injuries or sadly lost a loved one, rest assured our Fort Lauderdale explosion accident attorneys of Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A. offer unparalleled experience and skill to seek the maximum compensation you and your family deserve.
Victims of these terrifying accidents often consider themselves lucky to simply be alive but are often forced to endure a lifetime of serious injuries or disabilities that severely impact their quality of life.
Common Injuries Sustained From Explosion Accidents Include, but Are Not Limited To:
Survivors often require extensive treatment and care for years to come, during which time it may be difficult to earn a living wage or care for oneself independently. Victims are eligible to fight for compensation for their loss of work or wages as well as any past, present, and future medical expenses, including rehabilitation and medication costs. Depending on the details of your particular situation, you may also pursue litigation for your emotional distress, pain and suffering, and in rare cases, punitive damages.
Learn more about how we can help with your personal injury case during a free initial evaluation. Give our award winning attorneys a call at (954) 467-8800, or contact us online to schedule a time to speak with a member of our team.
$41 Million Premises Liability$41,000,000.00 verdict for Jim Schnurr, the former chief accountant of the United States Security and Exchange Commission, after Mr. Schnurr became a quadriplegic resulting from a bicycle accident while traveling along a bike path in his community in Jupiter, Florida.
$6.5 Million Premises Liability$6.5 Million Dollars in an personal injury negligence case based on an amusement ride accident.
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How is Liability Determined?
No two individuals are the same, and neither are their injury cases. Determining who is legally and fiscally responsible for the explosion requires the expertise of professionals and specialists who conduct a thorough investigation of the incident. It is crucial you consult with an experienced and passionate South Florida personal injury firm that has the experience and confidence to pursue your injury claim.
Plants and refineries are an extremely common setting for deadly explosions as workers are at risk of facing these hazardous situations every day. The substances and materials utilized are often extremely flammable and in case of an oil or chemical leak, it would only take an instant to spark a massive fire. These massive facilities show no signs of slowing down as they continue to drive our economy throughout the nation. However, industrial workers put their lives on the line on a constant basis. Tragically, those close enough to the blast are often instantly killed.
Causes of these tragedies are almost always linked to human error and negligence. Combustible materials, understaffed or undertrained employees, poorly-maintained equipment, and a lack of safety procedures are all contributing factors to these explosions. Often, those held responsible for this negligence can include employers, equipment or vehicle manufacturers, insurance providers, or fellow employees.
Apartment explosions can be attributed to a number of common causes, including natural or propane gas, water heaters, boilers, gas stoves, furnaces, etc. Determining the responsible party for a Florida home or apartment explosion can be complex, though liability is commonly attributed to property landlords, property managers, service or maintenance companies, gas utilities, etc.
Many businesses handle potentially flammable or explosive materials. Workplace explosions are sadly almost always the result of deliberate negligence in an attempt to save money. Though there are many reasons for these incidents, they are commonly linked to improper safety measures such as violations of industry standards and OSHA regulations, poor maintenance, and other failures.
Contact Our Distinguished & Skilled Fort Lauderdale Explosion Accident Attorneys Today
Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A. is led by an impressive team of top-rated Fort Lauderdale explosion lawyer with one goal in mind: delivering the most beneficial results possible. Our sincere commitment to justice is a reflection of our devotion to your success, no matter how impossible your situation may appear. If you lost a loved one or are personally suffering due to the negligence or recklessness of another, rest assured we are here to help. Allow our firm to effectively guide you through this challenging time with ease.
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