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Helping Victims of Explosions, Spills and Leaks

Whether it takes place in a workplace or at home, an explosion, spill or leak can cause serious physical harm. All too often, these types of accidents are the result of a defective product, although many different forms of negligence can cause them. At the Roberts Law Firm P.C., we use more than 25 years of experience to help victims of explosions, spills and leaks get compensation. We can help you.

To discuss your case with our Missouri gas explosion attorneys, call us toll free at 866-585-5643 or send us an e-mail.

Industrial Accident Claims

The line between explosions, spills and leaks is often drawn by insurance companies. They characterize accidents in certain ways for their purposes. For that reason, a valve shooting off a piece of industrial machinery and causing injury to a worker may be called a leak, rather than an explosion. The bottom line is that no matter how the insurance company classifies the accident, we can represent the victim in getting the necessary compensation.

Explosions, Spills and Leaks Outside of the Workplace

Many products used by consumers at home or elsewhere can cause serious accidents if they are made improperly. We will take action against manufacturers who put a dangerous product into the hands of consumers.

Our experience allows us to take on very challenging cases, including major cases involving chemical leaks or spills. For example, if a business has a chlorine gas leak or any other type of dangerous chemical leak that causes harm to people in the surrounding area, our attorneys may, if merited, take action on behalf of the people who became ill because of the chemical.

Contact Us About Compensation for Explosion, Spill and Leak Claims

Our law firm is prepared to use our more than 25 years of experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 866-585-5643.

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