BLASTING AND EXPLOSIONS LAWYER
Serious or life threatening injuries can result due to chemical plant, refinery, oil and gas, and other workplace explosions. These explosions can be the result of defective machinery, or negligence on the part of the plant or third party contractors. If machinery is not properly operated or maintained then machines can become defective and such explosions can occur. In chemical plant and other types of explosions the violation of OSHA regulations can not only cause the catastrophe but actually increase the intensity of it when it occurs.
A burn injury due to an industrial explosion is one of the most painful injuries that one can survive. If you receive burn injuries due to an industrial explosion then we will work to get you compensated other than just workers’ compensation. You may be entitled to such damages as pain and suffering, lost wages, and mental anguish.
In the case of railroad explosions, railroad employees are protected under the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) which provides that you receive full compensation for your work injuries. You should begin to take action immediately if you are injured on the job, so that your attorney can begin gathering discovery right away to prove the negligence of the railroad owner and operator.
If you have been injured as a result of an industrial explosion then call our attorneys today at (205) 201-1789 for a free consultation today.
Blasting Near Your Home
If individuals or companies are blasting with explosives and you are injured or your property damaged as a result, then they could be held liable for those damages. Sometimes companies must use explosives to change the landscape in order to put commercial property or homes on it or to extract resources. If your home has been damaged as a result of blasting and explosives nearby then give our Alabama blasting and explosions lawyer a call today at (205) 201-1789 for a free consultation.
When conducting such a dangerous activity, sometimes your property can be damaged as a result. Cracks can form in the foundation of your home and become visible in bathrooms, driveways, and doorways. Cracks begin to form on the corners of doors and doorways, in the concrete driveways outside of the house, or in the bathrooms.
If a company comes in and wants to begin blasting out the rock in a nearby area so that they can build a new community of homes, remember that the longer the closer their homes are to yours and the longer they continue to set off explosives, the more damage that will be done to your home. You should remember not to sign anything that might limit your ability to file a lawsuit later if your home should be damaged.
If the foundation of your house is being damaged, or you have been injured, as a result of blasting and explosive activity by a large company nearby, then give our blasting and explosion attorney a call today at (205) 201-1789 for a free consultation.+