Property owners throughout Kentucky are at risk of explosion caused by obsolete and badly maintained natural gas lines and wells. A stray spark can ignite a buildup of gas that has seeped for miles from its original outlet, and severe injuries can result.
If you or a member of your family has been injured or killed in a natural gas explosion, call an attorney who knows how to investigate and evaluate your claims. Contact the law firm of Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C., for a free consultation.
With offices in Louisville, Pikeville, Hazard, and Lexington, our explosion accident attorneys are prepared to assist explosion victims throughout Kentucky. In 2002, Gary C. Johnson won a jury verdict in a natural gas explosion case that is still the largest single personal injury verdict ever awarded in Kentucky.
The firm has the technical knowledge and ability to investigate and trace gas wells and gas lines and demonstrate through expert testimony how a lack of maintenance can threaten the safety of homeowners and workers. Just as we know how to establish the facts that can prove liability, we also concentrate on damage claims to make sure that our clients are fully compensated for their losses, whether they involve severe burns, broken bones, brain injury, or wrongful death.
Because electrical accidents and explosions are often closely related, our ability to represent clients effectively in explosion cases helps us advise clients who have lost loved ones to electrocution or who have been badly burned in electrical injuries.
To learn more about our approach to the investigation and proof of liability and damages in explosion and electrical injury cases, contact Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C., in Louisville, Pikeville, Hazard, or Lexington to speak with a Kentucky explosion accident attorney.