Delaware Burn Injury Lawyers
We Protect the Rights of Injured Workers in Delaware
Many occupations expose workers to increased risk for injuries or death as a result of fire, explosion or electrical accidents. If you were injured on the job, you may be eligible for Workers’ Compensation as well as additional damages from a negligent third party, when applicable. Our experienced personal injury lawyers can determine liability and pursue the compensation you are entitled to receive.
McCann & Wall, LLC, represents injured workers and their families in Delaware. We understand that electric shock and burn injuries can be devastating and may cause permanent disability or disfigurement. Our attorneys fight hard for clients’ rights to adequate compensation for medical bills, lost income and other expenses. We have obtained numerous multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients. For a free consultation with a Delaware explosion accident lawyer, please call 302-888-1221 or 215-569-8488 or contact us online.
Dangerous Occupations and Accidents Causing Explosions and Fires
Explosions and fires are common in:
- Construction accidents
- Defective products
- Faulty fuel systems
- Industrial equipment and large machinery accidents
- Natural gas accidents
- Oil refinery accidents
- Trucking accidents
In addition to burn injuries, explosions and fires can cause inhalation injuries, lung damage, loss of sight or hearing, cardiac or respiratory arrest, shock wave injuries, brain injuries and wrongful death.
Electrical Accidents and Electrocution
Electrical accidents can cause electric shock injuries, burns or death by electrocution. The most common causes of electrical accidents include:
- Contact with power lines
- Improper use of extension cords
- No electrical safety guards on tools and machines
- No ground-fault protection
- Using tools, products or equipment incorrectly
- Wear and tear or other damage to electrical cords
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), during a hand-to-foot shock lasting one second, electrocution is likely when the current level is above 100 amperes. When the current is 2,000 amperes or greater, the risk for death increases.
Delaware Burn Injury Lawyers Help Injured Victims Pursue Justice and Compensation
You may have the right to take legal action if you have been injured in a fire, explosion or electrical accident. At McCann & Wall, LLC, our Delaware burn injury lawyers can help you determine liability and recover compensation for your injuries. Call us today at 302-888-1221 or you can contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with our highly skilled and knowledgeable Delaware burn injury lawyers.