Two people were seriously injured in a house explosion in Cable Township, Wisconsin on June 14, 2018. The couple were airlifted to Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) in Minneapolis.

HCMC is a Level One trauma center.

The house, located at 45975 South Lake Owen Drive. was blown apart and on fire when a Bayfield County sheriff’s deputy arrived. The two injured people are identified as Raymond and Joyce Reidl, according to KSTP. Mr. Reidl was able to escape, but Mrs. Reidl had to be pulled from the debris by first responders.

Neighbors told the Sawyer County Record they heard a “horrific explosion.” The blast could be heard 15 miles away. Officials are investigating the explosion.

Our sincere sympathies and best wishes go out to the Reidls, and we wish them the best in their quest for healing.

Recovery From Fire and House Explosion

Recovering from serious burn injuries from fire and explosions can and does happen. However, healing from these injuries often takes months or years. It often involves a great deal of pain. And the medical care is very expensive.

The world of medical insurance, trauma care, healing, and long-term care is very complicated. It can seem overwhelming for someone who is struggling to recover from a serious accident – especially when the bills start coming, and don’t stop coming. Often, it seems like everybody involved suddenly has a lawyer to protect them … except the innocent people who have been hurt.

The attorneys at Pritzker Hageman are experienced in representing clients who have been injured in fires and explosions. They travel all over the country to meet with survivors and discuss how they can help in the healing process. They work to defend the rights of the people who have been injured, whose lives have been changed forever.

If you have been injured in a fire or explosion, our lawyers can help you deal with the trauma, the complications, and the expense that you suddenly face. They can help you deal with the problems you face today and can make sure that you are equipped to deal with any future problems too. In a situation where everyone suddenly wants to spend as little money as possible, we make sure that you get the help and the compensation you need and deserve.

Call us at 1-888-377-8900. Tell us about your situation and how we can help you. It’s free. And it doesn’t put you under any obligation.

Sources

Boettcher, Terrell. ‘Huge explosion Thursday night. Cable couple severely injured in explosion and fire.” Sawyer County Record, June 15, 2018.

KSTP. “2 airlifted to HCMC after Wisconsin home explosion.” KSTP, June 15, 2018.

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Recovery from house explosion injuries can be long and expensive. Call Fred Pritzker or Eric Hageman at 1-888-377-8900 or 612-338-0202.