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Las Vegas Explosion Lawyer

Explosions can occur without warning, catching victims unaware and unable to protect themselves.  The force from an explosion can cause devastating injuries and death.  Morgan & Morgan has a team of highly skilled personal injury attorneys specializing in fire and explosion cases.  With extensive experience in this area, we have helped numerous clients who have been seriously injured in an explosion. If you need a Las Vegas explosion lawyer, contact us for a free, no-risk case evaluation.

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  • What is an Explosion Case?

    How prevalent are hazardous materials in the United States?  The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) regulates 1.2 million daily shipments of hazardous materials and 3.3 million miles of pipelines in the United States. This network of pipes runs under our neighborhoods, delivering this odorless and combustible gas directly into our homes.  When leaking gas is exposed to air and an ignition source, it can cause an explosion with disastrous consequences.   

    Explosion injuries can leave victims permanently disabled and disfigured.  The injury attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have a history of producing demonstrated results for their clients, obtaining compensation for items such as: 

    • Medical bills (past and future)
    • Lost wages (past and future) 
    • Pain and suffering 
    • Emotional and psychological injuries
    • Loss of consortium
    • Scarring and disfigurement

    Types of Explosion Cases

    Explosions can occur in a number of environments and from a variety of causes.  Issues that can give rise to explosions may include:   

    • Leaking gas hoses or tanks
    • Faulty wiring
    • Chemical reactions
    • Defective gas control valves or connectors 
    • Improper handling of explosive materials
    • Failure to comply with building regulations
    • Failure to properly train employees
    • Faulty or defective devices, appliances or machinery
    • Failure to secure flammable materials
    • Failure to install safety equipment
  • Why Choose Morgan & Morgan

    Explosions occur without warning and can inflict devastating injuries on a victim.  The personal injury attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have a proven track record for success, recovering over $20 billion on behalf of our clients over the past 35 years.  If you need a Las Vegas explosion attorney, contact Morgan & Morgan for a free, no-risk case evaluation today.

  • What types of Injuries are Caused by an Explosion?

    Explosions can result in a wide variety of injuries.  The National Center of Biotechnology Information describes 4 categories of blast injuries, primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary.  Primary blast injuries, caused only by high order explosives when a blast wave moves through the body.  Secondary blast injuries are caused by debris that penetrates or impacts the body, and are the most common cause of death in explosion victims.  Tertiary blast injuries are those that occur when the victim themselves is displaced through the air and impacts another object or when a structure collapses injuring the victim.  Finally quaternary injuries include all those not included in the first three categories, such as injuries from fires, fume/smoke/dust inhalation, biological ants, toxins and psychological injuries. The following chart provides examples of injuries from each category: 

    Examples of Primary Blast Injuries

    • Blast ear
    • Blast lung
    • Blast brain
    • Blast eye
    • Blast belly

    Examples of Secondary Blast Injuries

    • Fractures
    • Amputations
    • Lacerations
    • Dislocations
    • Soft tissue injury

    Examples of Tertiary Blast Injuries​​​​​​​

    • Blunt trauma
    • Penetrating injury
    • Skull/bone fractures
    • Head injuries
    • Crush injuries
    • Traumatic injury to chest, abdomen, pelvis, amputation, spinal injuries, and more.

    Examples of Quaternary Blast Injuries

    • Burn injuries
    • Inhalation injuries
    • Toxidromes
    • Heat/cold exposure injuries
    • Radiation
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