You need help after a gas explosion in Morgantown. Whether a gas line ruptured at a worksite or a propane tank exploded in your home, you deserve help from an experienced Morgantown personal injury lawyer. One or more parties may be responsible for causing the gas explosion and accountable for your related injuries or the death of a loved one.

After tragedy strikes, don’t hesitate to contact the West Virginia gas explosion attorneys at Robinette Legal Group, PLLC for help. We offer free initial consultations and operate on a contingency fee basis throughout West Virginia, meaning you won’t pay us unless we are successful in securing financial compensation for you.

What Causes Gas Explosions? Are They Preventable?

Determining whether or not you are eligible for financial compensation for a gas explosion takes identifying what caused the disaster. A law firm can conduct an in-depth investigation into the explosion to determine the cause and identify the defendant(s).

Gas explosions are often the result of preventable problems such as:

  • Corroded or faulty gas lines
  • Gas line or gas appliance defects
  • Lack of proper equipment and pipeline maintenance
  • Low-quality gas line repairs
  • Skipped machinery inspections
  • The failure to properly train workers
  • Inexperienced workers
  • Improperly installed gas pipelines
  • Natural gas drilling accidents

These incidents can cause severe burns, bone fractures, brain injuries, spine injuries, dismemberment, traumatic amputations, permanent scarring and disfigurement, and death. If one or more parties reasonably could have prevented the gas explosion that injured you or took a loved one’s life, they may be financially responsible for your medical bills and other losses.

Workers’ Compensation or a Personal Injury Lawsuit – Which Is Right for You?

If you were injured in a gas explosion while on the job in Morgantown, discuss your right to pursue a workers’ compensation claim with an attorney. West Virginia’s workers’ compensation program offers no-fault benefits for injured workers, meaning it is not necessary to prove that someone else caused or contributed to the gas explosion to receive benefits. However, you may receive greater financial compensation with a personal injury lawsuit. A lawyer can review your case to help you decide which legal action is best for you.

How Much Is Your Case Worth?

The value of your gas explosion injury claim will depend on many different factors that are unique to you and your case. These factors include the severity of your burns or injuries, whether you lost a loved one in the accident, who is responsible for causing the accident, and the insurance coverage available. A lawyer can analyze your case to give you an accurate estimation of its value. Then, your lawyer can help you negotiate for maximum compensation.

Compensation for Catastrophic Injuries

If you or someone you love has been permanently injured or impacted by a gas explosion in Morgantown, it is critical to hire an attorney to represent you. Your losses are extreme and deserve attention from a lawyer. Without help from a lawyer, you may accept less than your injuries are worth from an insurance company, putting you at risk of being unable to pay for future medical care and treatments. You may also be eligible for significant pain and suffering damages, which a lawyer can help you pursue.

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Gas explosions can be devastating and severely destructive, with flames that can reach hundreds of feet into the air, large fires, and catastrophic injuries from explosive blasts and shrapnel. If you or a loved one has been injured in a gas explosion in Morgantown, our attorneys at Robinette Legal Group, PLLC can help you recover. We offer personalized legal services to fight for the financial compensation our clients need.

Our attorneys are committed to success, with millions of dollars won to prove our dedication. Discuss how we can help you during a free initial consultation. Contact us now.

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A young husband and father was performing his duties as ordered, and having been put in harms’ way, was backed over by a truck and crushed. Jeff successfully represented this man’s widow and small child and obtained a substantial settlement which allowed this family to begin to put back together their broken lives.


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