Injuries caused by explosions are often catastrophic, and even fatal. They are unique to certain occupational situations, such as combat, construction, firefighting, and mining. Unfortunately, acts of terror are also causes of explosion-related injuries and death. Some of the injuries sustained after an explosion include unique types of concussions, burns, and internal damages. Unfortunately, construction workers are at risk for explosion injuries because blasting is a form of demolition. Additionally, heavy equipment and machinery can also combust, causing explosions.
If you or a loved one has been hurt or tragically killed in a construction or jobsite explosion, you may be eligible to recover a settlement. Dedicated personal injury firms, like Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo (SPBMC) focus on helping injured workers and families get their lives back after an accident. Contact us today for a free consultation.
SPBMC has proudly served the New York and New Jersey communities for decades. We are a full-service personal injury law firm with specialized attorneys and staffs for specific areas of personal injury law – including construction injuries and explosions. You want the compassion, fierce determination, and knowledge of a firm like SPBMC on your side in the courtroom.
Explosion injuries are unique in some ways, and similar to other catastrophic injuries in others. These accidents often occur so quickly that victims have little time to react or get away, resulting in a more serious injuries and a higher potential for fatalities.
What are some common explosion injuries?
Explosions occur for many reasons on worksites. What are the most common?
Worksites often contain chemicals, heavy equipment, and even industrial-grade dynamite, so they present a greater risk for explosions than most other job sites. Personal injuries caused by explosions also occur to those who work in the military, oilfields and mines.
If you or someone you love experienced injury or wrongful death due to a workplace construction explosion, you are likely entitled to a compensatory award. Though taking your case to court cannot undo what happened, reaching a settlement for damages can recoup medical expenses and mitigate some hardship, while helping you get your life back. We provide the compassion, care, and information you need, while giving your case the hard-hitting, fierce legal prowess it deserves. Contact the attorneys at SPBMC today for a free consultation.