Chemical Fires

Boston Paint and Chemical Fire Lawyers

Chemical fires cause serious injuries. In addition to the burns they suffer, victims of chemical fires also experience exposure to toxic substances. The toxins are often in the smoke inhaled by a victim during the fire. Individuals who survive chemical fires may have been thrown from the fire by an explosion, which may have saved their lives but left them with other serious injuries such as head and brain injuries, broken limbs, and internal organ damage.

At the Cambridge law firm of Clark, Hunt, Ahern & Embry, our attorneys assist victims of chemical fires. We are known as caring trial lawyers who provide clients and their families with personal attention and concern for their needs. We take the time to learn the full impact of the fire on our clients' lives and families.

We build strong cases for clients, consulting with nationally recognized experts in fields such as fire safety, industrial hygiene, chemistry, medicine and other relevant areas. These specialists help us identify the responsible parties and add value to our clients' cases. Our thorough preparation, combined with our lawyers' many years of trial experience, make us powerful advocates for clients who suffered injury in chemical fires. We have a record of accomplishment helping clients after they were injured in fires caused by chemicals.

Causes of Chemical Fires

Our clients come to us after suffering burns in fires caused by:

  • Incorrect mixing of chemicals
  • Exposure of chemicals to heat or flame source
  • Incorrect storage of fireworks
  • Improper storage of chemicals, paints, cleaning fluids and other flammable materials
  • Using chemicals for unapproved purposes
  • Breaks or weaknesses in hoses or tanks used to deliver or store chemicals

When chemical fires are fatal, the families of victims may be able to file wrongful death claims. Our attorneys advise individuals and their families about their rights and options.

Contact Clark, Hunt, Ahern & Embry to schedule a free initial consultation with our Massachusetts chemical fire lawyers. Call 617-494-1920. We take injury cases on a contingency basis, charging no fee until we recover damages on your behalf.