Anytime a person sustains an injury caused by the carelessness or negligence of another individual or entity, they should be entitled to compensation for their losses. This is true for explosion accidents as well. However, explosion injury lawsuits can become complicated, often due to the sheer number of individuals and entities involved in the process. Here, the Doan Law Firm wants to explain the explosion accident lawsuit process so that you and your family have a better understanding of what to expect moving forward.
Many people wonder whether or not the lawsuit process for an explosion case will be different from the lawsuit process for other personal injury cases, such as car accidents or premises liability claims. In theory, the process is similar. However, the reality is that explosion accident cases are much more complicated by the fact that so many different individuals and entities will be involved. This can include injury victims, insurance carriers, legal teams, employers, state and federal regulators, and more.
The explosion accident lawsuit process may take more time to complete than the lawsuit process for more typical personal injury claims. We want individuals to be aware of this as they go into these cases so that they know what to expect moving forward.
There are various steps involved in an explosion accident lawsuit, and we will briefly explain these steps here:
If you or a loved one have been injured in an explosion accident caused by the carelessness or negligence of someone else, reach out to the team at the Doan Law Firm as soon as possible. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling complex explosion injury cases throughout the United States, and we have the resources necessary to handle every aspect of these claims on your behalf. Let us help you seek compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering damages, property damage losses, lost income, and more. When you need a Houston chemical plant explosion attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 800-349-0000.