Fires and explosions can result in serious injuries. Devastating burns, permanent scarring, and emotional trauma can greatly impact your life following the event, especially if someone else’s actions caused the accident in the first place.
Under Illinois law, you have the right to collect compensation for your injuries after a negligence-based explosion or fire. The Chicago personal injury attorneys at Duncan Law Group are here to maximize your recovery and build a compelling case in your favor.
When deciding to pursue compensation for fire-related injuries, you will first need to determine who caused the accident in the first place. The question of liability depends on whether or not you suffered the accident while at work.
Fires and explosions can result in severe, painful injuries, thousands of dollars in medical expenses, and lengthy recovery times. Illinois law allows you to collect economic and non-economic damages related to your accident.
Economic damages refer to your tangible out of pocket losses, such as the following.
On the other hand, non-economic damages involve your physical and emotional pain and suffering. You can collect the following non-economic damages in a fire and explosion claim.
Identifying the damages you can collect is vital to ensuring that you receive the care that you need. Your attorney from Duncan Law Group will evaluate your claim, explore all possible avenues of recovery, and negotiate on your behalf for a sufficient settlement.
Fires and explosions can cause lasting injuries that can impact you for the rest of your life — and if someone else’s negligence was to blame, you deserve justice. The fire and explosion attorneys at Duncan Law Group can guide you through the litigation process.
The attorneys at Duncan Law Group have over 15 years of experience helping Chicago injury victims recover from their injuries. We will advocate aggressively for you each step of the way, handling all negotiations and investigations so you can focus on your recovery.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our Chicago fire and explosion attorneys