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Explosion Injuries Due to Gross Negligence

Explosions often lead to devastating injuries for victims. While there are numerous reasons that explosions occur, it is often the case that the gross negligence of another person, company, or entity directly led to the explosion. At the Doan Law Firm, our qualified and experienced explosion attorneys want to explore what constitutes gross negligence when it comes to explosion accident cases.

Why Is The Doan Law Firm Your Choice For Texas Explosion Injuries Due to Negligence?

After an explosion injury affects your family, turn to an attorney who understands how these cases affect victims. The Doan Law Firm is here for you.

  • Our firm specializes in mass casualty cases such as explosion incidents, and founder Jimmy Doan is widely regarded as an expert in the industry for these cases.
  • We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so we can remain in continual communication with each client regarding their case.
  • We take explosion accident cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that our clients only pay legal fees after we secure the compensation they need through a settlement or verdict.

Let An Attorney Handle Explosion Injuries Due To Negligence Claims in Texas

After an explosion causes an injury, victims need assistance from a skilled attorney with the resources and experience necessary to prove liability. In order to prove gross negligence, an explosion attorney will:

  • Obtain all evidence related to the explosion, including company or product documents, eyewitness accounts, photo and video surveillance, and more.
  • Ensure that their client receives proper medical care and that a medical expert accesses the full costs of the explosion injuries.
  • Work with all parties in order to reach a settlement that covers all explosion injury expenses for the victim.

What Types Of Negligence Cause Explosions in Texas?

Negligence is often the cause of an explosion incident. However, there are times when “gross negligence” is the reason an explosion occurs. Gross negligence is defined as a lack of diligence or care or even a conscious, voluntary act or omission in reckless disregard of the safety of others. In other words, gross negligence is more than just a mistake someone makes.

There are various ways that gross negligence can cause explosions, with some of the most common including the following:

  • Lack of proper employee training. Anytime employees are asked to work around equipment or materials that could cause explosions, they must be properly trained to handle such materials or equipment. If an employer fails to provide this training, they could be held liable for any injuries that occur in an explosion.
  • Defective products. If a company or manufacturer knows or has reason to believe that a product is defective, but they do not issue a recall or warning notice to consumers, they could be held liable if an explosion occurs.
  • Ignoring maintenance. This includes willfully disregarding regular inspection and maintenance of items that can cause explosions. This can also include knowing of a potential problem that could cause an explosion and failing to remedy it promptly.
  • Intentional actions. If anybody willfully and knowingly causes an explosion to occur, they could be held liable both criminally and civilly for their actions.

Let Us Help Secure The Compensation You Need

If you or somebody you care about has been injured in an explosion that was caused by another person’s gross negligence, seek legal assistance immediately. At the Doan Law Firm, we are ready to conduct an investigation into your case so we can secure any compensation you may be entitled to. This can include:

  • Coverage of any explosion-related medical bills
  • Lost wages and benefits if you cannot work
  • General household expenses
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Possible punitive damages against the grossly negligent party

When you need an explosion attorney, please contact us today for a free initial consultation.

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