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Jacksonville Explosion Attorney
No one expects to be injured in an explosion, whether it occurs at work or at home. Injuries from explosions are often catastrophic, and fatalities can even occur. Some injuries like cuts and broken bones you can recover from, though it can take time. Other injuries can be life-altering and may even prevent you from returning to work. If you’re injured in an explosion, you may be eligible for compensation. Contact an explosion lawyer in Jacksonville like Morgan & Morgan for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
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Common Types of Explosions
Explosions are typically divided into three categories: chemical, mechanical, and nuclear. While nuclear explosions are thankfully extremely rare, chemical and mechanical explosions can happen at work or in your neighborhood. For example, a gas line can explode in your neighborhood, resulting in injuries, property damage, and even fatalities. Here’s a closer look at some of the more common types of explosions.
If a fire breaks out in a building, the presence of explosive or flammable materials can cause an explosion. Injuries can range from third-degree burns to smoke inhalation. Other types of serious injuries can also occur, like head and brain trauma, spinal injuries, and even fatalities.
Most car accidents don’t result in an explosion. However, if the vehicle’s gas tank or fuel lines are significantly damaged, an explosion is possible. Injuries from a car explosion are typically severe. Metal and glass shards can connect with an individual, causing serious lacerations or even resulting in the loss of a limb.
Additional Causes for Explosions
An unsafe work area can also result in an explosion. For example, the improper handling of chemicals and other flammable materials. Sometimes, employees aren’t properly trained. Spills can also occur, and if ignored, all it often takes is a single spark to cause an explosion. If an employer doesn’t take adequate precautions required by law to protect employees from explosion accidents, the company may be held liable if an employee is injured. If employee negligence is the cause of the explosion, you may be able to receive compensation for your damages.
Why Choose Morgan & Morgan as Your Explosion Lawyer in Jacksonville
Morgan & Morgan is the largest personal injury law firm in the nation and has a proven track record of success. We have recovered over $20 billion for our clients and have more than 35 years of experience fighting for our client’s legal rights. If you’re injured in an explosion in Brooklyn, contact Morgan & Morgan for a free case evaluation to learn more.
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