Gas Fire Lawsuits Attorney
Serious Burn Injuries resulting from Gas Fire
Gas explosions are the case of countless deaths and serious injuries every
year. Gas fire injuries can be caused by a variety of factors including:
unsafe installation, defective products, and lack of safety information.
Whenever natural gas is present, it is supposed to have an odor so that
it can be identified in the surrounding area as a safety hazard. This
is also true for propane gas. Because gas is extremely flammable and therefore
potentially injurious, the companies that transport, manufacture, store
or in any way handle gas are held to extremely high safety standards.
If these safety standards are not adhered to, the person injured is likely
eligible for compensation for his or her past and future medical bills,
past and future pain and suffering, past and future loss of wages, and
possibly more. If you have been seriously injured because of negligence
that caused a gas fire or explosion, speak with a personal injury lawyer
Skilled Gas Fire Lawyer
At Jeffrey S. Pop & Associates, the attorneys have been successfully
helping gas fire victims for over 30 years. Mr. Pop is rated as an AV
attorney with Martindale Hubble and listed in Super Lawyer magazine. The
firm believes in personalized service and keeping clients informed on
every aspect of their cases. Gas fire victims have been helped to obtain
the compensation they deserve for their injuries by the firm. It becomes
even more important in the case of a potentially catastrophic and life‑threatening
injury such as caused by gas fires to hire an experienced attorney that
can adequately represent you. Those who have been injured by a gas fire
or explosion caused by negligence are invited to contact the firm for
a full assessment of the case, and what damages should be sought in your case.
Contact a Gas Fires Attorney immediately if you need help and do not know where to turn. There is no
cost for the initial consultation. Even after your case is accepted for
representation, you do not pay any costs or fees until there is a recovery.
If there is no recovery, then there are no costs or fees.