The Help You Need After An Explosion On The Job
If you were injured, or your loved one was killed, in an explosion while on the job, you may be eligible to receive full damages and compensation for your losses, expenses, and pain and suffering. At Rapoport Weisberg & Sims P.C. our lawyers advocate for clients who have experienced severe injuries in explosions. Because we practice personal injury exclusively, our attorneys are knowledgeable, experienced and backed by considerable resources in these types of cases.
Our clients have included individuals who suffered significant burns, brain injuries, multiple fractures, spinal cord injuries, hearing loss and vision loss. People with catastrophic injuries such as these need and deserve full and fair payment for their losses. As trial lawyers, we have the ability and willingness to take cases as far as necessary to obtain maximum compensation for injured clients. Moreover, our law firm has the resources required to support lengthy and complex litigation.
We Mitigate The Lasting Effects Of Explosion Injuries
Explosion injuries can result from:
- Oil refinery explosions
- Propane tank explosions
- Food processing plant explosions
- Gas storage tank explosions
- Gas line explosions
- Electrical explosions
- Explosions of dust and debris in manufacturing plants
Incidents such as these often leave victims unable to work for many months or years, if they are ever able to return to their jobs. They may experience significant cognitive deficits as a result of the explosion. Others may suffer severe emotional trauma because of their physical injuries.
Our attorneys develop strong cases for such clients, taking their matters as far as needed to obtain just results. Our approach to injury cases has led to many significant recoveries for our clients. Our attorneys are known for their courtroom skills — skills that have resulted in numerous record-setting verdicts and settlements.
Please email us for a free initial consultation with an attorney. Call 312-445-9160. We represent clients throughout the Chicago region, including people from all over Illinois.