Persons injured in explosions may be eligible for compensation for their injuries, wage loss, and other damages and expenses caused by the explosion. At the Cambridge law firm of Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry, our lawyers advise individuals who suffered burns and other injuries in explosions about their rights and options. We help them seek recovery from the liable parties, insurance carriers and other responsible entities.
Our firm traces its origins to 1983. Since that time, we have assisted many clients with personal injury claims, building strong, fact-based cases that have succeeded at trial or the negotiating table. For clients injured in explosions, we consult with appropriate experts, including fire safety professionals, chemists, industrial hygienists and physicians. These specialists help us identify the responsible party and calculate the long-term cost of the explosion on our client's life and family.
We are caring lawyers who take the time to get to know our clients. In addition to being the right thing to do, spending time with a client allows us to be more effective advocates because we fully understand a client's needs and objectives.Causes of Explosion Accidents
Clients come to our Boston-area law firm after explosions caused by:
- Gas lines cut by road or other construction activity
- Fuel storage tank explosions (oil, gas, propane)
- Defective or loose electrical wiring
- Defective or missing safety valves
- Defective machinery
Individuals injured in explosion accidents such as these commonly suffer catastrophic injuries such as severe burns, internal injuries, fractures, head and brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries. When an explosion caused fatal injuries, the families of victims may be able to file wrongful death claims. Our law firm explores all options with an eye toward obtaining maximum compensation and damages for our clients.
Contact Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry to schedule a free initial consultation with our Massachusetts explosion injuries lawyers. Call 617-494-1920. We take injury cases on a contingency basis, charging no fee until we recover damages on your behalf.