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Experienced Explosion Injury Attorneys Representing Clients Throughout Georgia

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our Georgia personal injury attorneys know that when an explosion occurs, whether on land or offshore, employees, contractors, bystanders, and nearby residents can be seriously injured or even killed.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 5,000 people are injured, and over 200 are killed in work-related fires and explosions each year across the U.S. When these life-changing personal injuries or the loss of life is caused by negligence, we are here to help our fellow Georgians pursue justice. We have handled explosion cases of all kinds, from products as simple as coffeemakers, to those as common as propane cylinders, grills, and batteries, to obscure products such as liquor still that is used to distill alcohol, and everything in between.

One of the most important things with explosion cases is to hire counsel who can investigate the scene as soon as possible before it is cleaned up and evidence is destroyed, and who can get the right kind of expert present for that investigation. Moving quickly can mean the difference between winning and losing the case.

We have walked this path with other families and have a great reputation in the industry. We have earned our clients’ trust with hard work, frequent communication, and expertise. We can provide the same exceptional legal advice, guidance, and representation for you and your family, starting with a free case review.

Contact us today at (404) 777-7771 or online to determine whether we are a good fit for your case, so we can start pursuing real results together.

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What Are the Most Common Areas Where Explosions Occur in Georgia?

Explosions are more likely to occur in environments where hazardous substances like gas storage tanks, welding machinery, or open flames are part of the landscape.

That may include, but is not limited to:

  • Chemical Plants.
  • Construction Sites.
  • Factories.
  • Industrial Plants.
  • Manufacturing Facilities.
  • Mining Operations.
  • Oil Rigs.
  • Refineries.
  • Transportation of Flammable Materials.
  • Warehouses.

While multiple factors may contribute to explosions, including improperly stored flammable materials like gasoline, propane, or hazardous chemicals, most of these incidents are completely avoidable. Our skilled Georgia personal injury attorneys will review the safety protocols, hazardous conditions, or other forms of negligence that led to an explosion with injuries and/or fatalities to ensure the liable party — or combination of parties — is held accountable for our clients’ full financial recovery needs.

What are the Most Common Injuries Associated with Explosions in Georgia?

An explosion is a violent and destructive shattering of a structure or area where energy is transmitted outward as a shock wave. Because these events often occur without notice, they can result in catastrophic injuries and the tragic loss of life.

Some of the most common injuries associated with explosions may include, but are not limited to:

If you or a loved one has been injured or lost their life in an explosion because of another person, party, or entity’s negligence, we want to help you turn the page, and move forward with confidence, starting today.

Contact Our Georgia Personal Injury Law Firm Today

Ashby Thelen Lowry has earned our clients’ trust with hard work and expertise and has an exceptional reputation with other law firms and in our communities. We can provide the same quality legal service for you and your family.

We deliberately limit the number of cases we take so that we can build relationships with our clients, devote the time that their cases deserve, and make their goals our goals. Together, we have decades of experience in overseeing the most complicated, catastrophic, and meaningful cases on behalf of the most deserving clients.

Contact our skilled Georgia personal injury lawyers and support team today at (404) 777-7771 to schedule a free consultation, so we can tell your story and ensure your voice is heard by pursuing the best outcome for your unique case.

We’re here to help.

Don Fountain

“The most serious and complex cases require the most talented, creative and hard-working attorneys. Picking an attorney who lacks the”

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