Experienced Pennsylvania Explosion Accident Attorneys

We rely on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for accurate workplace accident statistics. This is because it is their responsibility to establish workplace safety rules and enforce them, issue fines for companies that place profits above worker safety, and track the number of people injured and killed in workplace accidents. OSHA reports that workplace explosion accidents and fires claim the lives of more than 200 workers each year and injure around 5,000 more. The number of workers killed and injured is certainly troubling, but it becomes egregious when victims and their families find out that most of these explosion accidents were preventable if proper safety measures had been in place.

The experienced Philadelphia explosion accident lawyers at personal injury law firm Cherry Injury Law have been helping explosion accident victims and their families for many years. They investigate the events that led to the explosion accident, explain the laws that apply to each situation in plain language, answer questions and seek damages for victims and their families. Their Pennsylvania explosion accident lawyers also work hard to ensure that each client receives the damages he or she needs to pay medical bills and other expenses as well as to compensate for lost wages, function, companionship and earning potential.

There are many potential explosion hazards at construction worksites and other workplaces. Tanks of compressed liquid propane, oxygen and acetylene as well as gasoline and diesel fuel present in places where workers are welding, grinding and cutting metal is a potentially deadly mix. If proper safety regulations and procedures are followed and companies train workers about safety rules and enforce them, the chances of an explosion accident happening and killing and injuring workers are quite slim. But when these regulations are not followed and enforced, workers are unnecessarily put at risk for explosion accident injuries such as these:

  • Severe burns
  • Exposure to toxic gases
  • Fall injuries
  • Broken bones and fractures
  • Internal injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Lacerations
  • Muscle damage
  • Loss of sight and hearing
  • Wrongful death

If you or a close relative has been severely injured or a close family member has been killed in an explosion accident, the Philadelphia explosion accident attorneys at Cherry Injury Law may be able to help. No settlement or court-awarded damages can replace a lost life or compensate for the horrible pain and suffering of burns, but it can help pay for expensive medical treatment. Before you sign any documents offered by the employer or their insurance company, contact the explosion accident lawyers at Cherry Injury Law.

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If you have been seriously injured in the state of Pennsylvania by the negligence of another and if you have questions or concerns about your legal rights, please don’t hesitate to call. Our Pennsylvania injury attorneys are available 24 hours a day to speak with you, and we welcome all calls at no charge. Contact us today at 610-565-0300.