Fire and Explosions
We take on the toughest cases because we can. It's what we do.
Injured in a fire or explosion? We can help.
A serious fire or explosion in a residential or commercial setting often entails losses far greater than replacement of material things. When fires or explosions are the result of someone’s negligence, there may be an opportunity to pursue personal injury claims.
Our firm has attorneys and investigators who have determined the sources and causes of fires and explosions that have resulted in devastating personal losses to clients.
Common types of accidents that lead to fires and explosions:
- Construction accidents
- Defective products
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Manufacturing accidents
- Restaurant and hotel fires
- Commercial property fires
- Industrial accidents
With these types of fire and explosion scenarios, a deeper level of investigation is needed to determine if an outside entity should be held accountable. We can help with the those thorough investigations.
Fire or explosion cases call for a legal team experienced in complexity
Be it fire or explosion, these cases can be very complex. That’s why it pays to have a legal team with experience in several areas of investigation and litigation. Our team of lawyers, investigators, and forensic experts offer significant education and experience, together, we develop a winning case strategy by drawing on our combined intellectual resources and unique approach to case preparation.
We can tackle the difficult cases for precisely these reasons.
Fire and Explosions
Description of Incident
Description of Damages
Description of Awards
Description of Incident Fatal fire at bed and breakfast in New Ulm, MNDescription of Damages Six persons diedDescription of Awards Confidential settlement
Description of Incident A natural gas explosion destroyed a home in Fargo, NDDescription of Damages Eight family members were burnedDescription of Awards Confidential settlement
Description of Incident Defective vanDescription of Damages Man severely burned in a post-collision van fireDescription of Awards Confidential settlement
Description of Incident A non-child-resistant utility lighter started a fireDescription of Damages Two boys severely burnedDescription of Awards Confidential settlement
Description of Incident Conversion van spontaneously erupted into flames.Description of Damages Resulted in the deaths of three children.Description of Awards Confidential settlement.