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- Top-Rated Accident Injury Attorneys Successfully Recover Financial Compensation For Victims Of Explosions and Fire Accidents In Palm Beach County and Broward County, Florida
- Common Causes Of Explosion and Fire Accidents In Florida
- Skilled Personal Injury Attorneys Represent Victims Of Explosion and Fire Accidents To Hold At-Fault Parties Accountable
- Construction Workers Who Are Injured In Explosions and Fire Accidents May Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits
- Experienced Trial Attorneys At Lawlor, White & Murphey Have A Proven Track Record Of Recovering Full Compensation For Victims Of Explosion and Fire Accidents
- Frequently Asked Questions About Explosion and Fire Accident Injuries In Florida
Top-Rated Accident Injury Attorneys Successfully Recover Financial Compensation For Victims Of Explosions and Fire Accidents In Palm Beach County and Broward County, Florida
Explosions and fire accidents can cause serious injury and sometimes death. For those who are injured, the road to recovery may be long and costly. Many injured victims wonder how they will pay the steady stream of medical bills when their injury has left them unable to work. We can help.
At Lawlor, White & Murphey, our top-rated attorneys focus exclusively on personal injury law. Our experienced trial attorneys have in-depth knowledge, hands-on experience, and a proven track record of successfully securing financial compensation for victims of explosions and fire accidents. At Lawlor, White & Murphey, we help our clients to recover from their accident injuries and other losses. Let us help you.
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Common Causes Of Explosion and Fire Accidents In Florida
Understanding the cause of an explosion or fire accident is critical to pursuing the appropriate avenue for recovering compensation for your injuries and other losses. Some common causes of explosion and fire accidents in Florida include — but are not limited to — the following:
- Faulty electrical wiring
- Defective smoke detectors
- Construction vehicle fires
- Chemical leaks
- Poorly maintained gas lines
- Improper storage of chemicals
- Defective propane tanks
- Welding accidents
Construction work is particularly hazardous due to the size, weight, and type of equipment that is used on a regular basis. Gas lines are known to set off explosions and cause severe damage and injury, and even a simple spark from a tool can ignite chemicals that were not stored properly. At Lawlor, White & Murphey, our accident attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable in handling all types of fire and explosion accidents. Our skilled team investigates the accident to determine the cause, building solid cases that hold any at-fault party accountable for their negligence.
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Skilled Personal Injury Attorneys Represent Victims Of Explosion and Fire Accidents To Hold At-Fault Parties Accountable
When someone else behaves negligently — and this may be a person, company, construction site manager, or another entity — and this negligence causes an accident that injures a person, the injured person may seek to recover compensatory damages. How does this work? The injured party files a personal injury claim in a state’s civil court to recover any of the following losses and more:
- Emergency room expense
- Cost of prescription medications
- Expenses for medical treatment
- Hospital bills
- Cost of surgery
- Cost of physical rehabilitation
- Cost of in-home assistance
- Bills for doctor visits
- Emotional pain and suffering
- Loss of life enjoyment and companionship
- Future anticipated expenses for medical treatment related to the injury
- Loss of wages
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Lost earned sick and vacation time
Have questions about the personal injury claims process in Florida? Schedule a free consultation with an accident attorney at Lawlor, White & Murphey.
Construction Workers Who Are Injured In Explosions and Fire Accidents May Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits
When doing your job results in injury and financial loss, you do not have to sit in silence. Workers’ compensation benefits are available to employees who are injured during the course of performing their work duties, offering compensation to assist them with their recovery. In Florida, workers’ compensation benefits include the following:
- Medical treatment: benefits for reasonable and necessary medical treatment that is a result of the workplace injury
- Coverage for temporary disability: coverage for temporary disability, providing monetary benefits that are designed to replace some of the wages that were lost as a result of the workplace injury
- Coverage for permanent partial disability: coverage for workers who have suffered permanent partial disability in workplace accidents. Monetary compensation is based upon the specific body part that has been affected by the disability
- Coverage for permanent total disability: coverage for workers sustaining permanent total disability in a workplace accident that will not improve with additional medical treatment
- Expenses for education or vocational rehabilitation: coverage for education or vocational training for workers who are injured at the workplace who need to pursue a new line of work
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Experienced Trial Attorneys At Lawlor, White & Murphey Have A Proven Track Record Of Recovering Full Compensation For Victims Of Explosion and Fire Accidents
Attorneys at Lawlor, White & Murphey are dedicated to protecting the rights of accident victims and fighting for justice on their behalf. At Lawlor, White & Murphey, our legal team specializes in personal injury law and we have a proven track record of recovering full compensation for victims of explosion and fire accidents.
We understand that pursuing a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim can be challenging and time-consuming. Our experienced team is available to meet with you at no charge to answer your questions, explain the process, evaluate your claim, and discuss the level of compensation you may be eligible to recover. To schedule your free confidential consultation, with one of our explosion and fire accident attorneys, contact our office.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Explosion and Fire Accident Injuries In Florida
Explosion and fire accident claims can be more complicated than other accident injury claims because the nature of the accident destroys the evidence. Charred, burnt, melted materials often remain after an explosion or fire accident and this makes determining the cause of the accident as well as liability for the accident difficult. Attorneys at Lawlor, White & Murphey are experienced at handling explosion and fire accident injury claims; schedule a free case evaluation with a member of our team today.
To recover compensation for emotional pain and suffering, you must file a personal injury claim. Personal injury law protects injured victims who have sustained a variety of losses, including losses such as these that are non-monetary. The Florida court takes into consideration all aspects of a personal injury claim to assign a value to those losses that are immeasurable.