Practice Areas
  • Property Insurance Claims
  • Insurance Agent Negligence
  • Injury and Death Cases

A Team of Experts to Protect Your Rights When You Need It Most

We understand the physical and emotional trauma resulting from a catastrophic injury or wrongful death. When a fire, explosion or related disaster occurs, our Certified Fire and Explosion Investigators respond immediately to preserve important evidence and begin an origin & cause investigation of the incident.

With compassion and determination, our team of attorneys will help you and your family recover the money needed to cover the cost of rehabilitation, care, treatment, loss of earnings and other financial burdens.

A Trusted Partner When Disaster Strikes

When a death or serious injury occurs from a fire or explosion, time is of the essence, since important evidence can be lost or destroyed in the aftermath of these incidents. Hiring a law firm whose attorneys have conducted hundreds, if not thousands, of fire investigations and can mobilize a team of investigators at a moment’s notice, may be the difference between success or failure in cases involving death or injury from a fire.

Our firm is committed to:

  • Responding immediately with a team of attorneys and investigators to conduct an origin and cause investigation on your behalf; and
  • Preserving and protecting crucial evidence that could be lost or destroyed.

Because the determination of the origin, cause and responsibility of a fire or explosion is so critical, our attorneys are on the forefront of fire investigation standards and methodologies.

There is no greater tragedy than experiencing a death or injury from a fire or explosion. Our attorneys possess the knowledge and expertise to fight for the justice you deserve.

When the Unexpected Happens, We’re There to Help

As Certified Fire and Explosion Investigators, our attorneys have unmatched expertise in managing the investigation of fires and explosions.

If you or a loved one has suffered injury or death from an explosion, we’re here to help.

Natural Gas Explosion

Natural gas explosions are caused when there is a breach in a natural gas pipeline system inside or outside of a building. Natural gas can migrate underground into homes and buildings, causing explosions. Additionally, natural gas explosions can be caused by problems with gas‐run appliances (such as hot water heaters, furnaces and stoves), leaky hoses and valves, improper installation and maintenance errors.

On its own, natural gas is odorless. However, gas companies are required to add an odorant so that gas leaks can be more easily detected. If an explosion occurs and gas was not properly odorized, the gas company can be held responsible.

If you or a loved one has suffered injury or death from a natural gas explosion, action must be taken quickly. The gas utility company typically responds to these incidents almost immediately, and you need strong representation to protect your rights and preserve crucial evidence.

Propane Gas Explosion

Propane gas is distributed differently than natural gas. Natural gas pipelines run up and down the street and are owned and operated by the natural gas utility company. Propane gas is generally kept in tanks or cylinders and is part of what is known as a private gas system. Propane gas is heavier than air, so when a leak occurs, it tends to sink into deep and enclosed areas. When propane is near a flame or pilot light, it can cause an explosion.

Many propane gas explosions occur due to an out‐of‐gas situation. When a propane tank empties and the propane company refills the tank, the company is supposed to relight the pilot light on gas appliances and examine the system for leaks, so homeowners are not injured or killed. Unfortunately, propane companies don’t always do this properly, and when homeowners attempt to light a pilot, or fugitive gas finds an ignition source,  a deadly explosion may occur.

Our firm is nationally recognized for our legal expertise in explosion cases. Our attorneys understand how to find the underlying cause of an explosion, determine liability, and fight for you to get the maximum compensation.