Yes you can hire an attorney on behalf of an injured spouse after he or she was injured in an explosion. Your lawyer will need to do an independent investigation, and it is extremely important that this investigation is done as soon as possible after the explosion.

Explosion Injured Husband
We were contacted by a woman whose husband was severely burned when this house exploded. Her husband was in a coma at the time. Attorneys Fred Pritzker and Eric Hageman were able to go to the scene and gather the evidence needed to win a multimillion-dollar settlement for this couple.

Our attorneys will speak with you to help document your claim of pain and suffering. Your spouse has a right to see medical specialists and certain types of medical care. We may look at medical documents, get complete records from specialists, therapists, and other doctors involved in your spouse’s case.

Determining who is legally responsible in these cases can be difficult. You may have a claim against a landlord, a construction company, a manufacturer of a defective product, maintenance workers or a maintenance company, or a public utility in some cases and in some states. We will make sure that we find as many responsible parties as possible so your compensation is as large as possible.

In some cases, your spouse may need specialized care for the rest of his or her life. Any settlement should reflect that fact. We have the resources to hire experts in all areas of this field of law to help determine the amount we should seek so you and your family are fully compensated.

We have represented hundreds of clients whose spouses have been seriously injured. Our lawyers have years of experiencing litigating these cases and have won millions for our clients. Our first duty is to make sure your legal rights are protected and that you have an ally in your fight to reclaim your life. Our experienced attorneys know where to look to find evidence to help prove your case. Call us at 1-888-377-8900 for a free and confidential consultation.

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