Southfield Gas Explosion Attorneys

Your Injuries Weren’t an Accident. It Was Negligence. Let Fieger Law Help.

Gas explosions just don’t happen. Typically, they are the result of some type of negligence—a defect in the manufacturer’s design, improper installation or neglected repair/maintenance. One small mistake could result in one huge catastrophe.

At Fieger Law, we understand the difficulties in gas explosion cases where multiple parties might be to blame—manufacturers, building owners, construction workers, etc. Our team will work with you to uncover all of the facts, trace the path of fault and identify the negligent party. Fieger Law has won big for gas explosion victims, and we’re ready to help you get the financial compensation you deserve.

We Find Out What Caused the Explosion

Common causes of gas explosions include:

  • Faulty gas meters, gas regulators, gas lines
  • Appliance explosions (water heater, central heater, outdoor grill, gas lights, oven, clothes dryer, pool heater, generator)
  • Propane leak
  • Defective pipes
  • Inadequate odorant saturation
  • Construction issues
  • Gas composition, flow and pressure
  • Rust or liquids in the pipe
  • Sporadic, little, or no gas flow over an extended period of time
  • Soil surrounding underground pipes
  • Human error

Explosions can be caused by any combination of these factors, making multiple parties responsible. The causes may be complex, but the principle remains: others are at fault for your pain.

Common injuries caused by a gas explosion include both physical and mental injuries:

  • Burns
  • Shrapnel injuries
  • Hearing loss
  • Broken bones
  • Disfigurement
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Wrongful death

Tips to Escape a Potential Gas Explosion

Odorant is added to gas lines to help you identify a gas leak. If you smell gas:

  • Leave the area immediately.
  • Never switch on a light.
  • Never turn on anything electrical.
  • Never light a match.
  • Never use your phone.
  • Alert others.
  • Call your gas company from another location.

Don’t suffer as the result of a gas explosion. Geoffrey Fieger and his team will fight hard to get you the compensation you need to cover medical bills, lost income, as well as damages for physical and emotional pain and suffering.

Fieger Law: Nationally Recognized Gas Explosion Lawyers

For over 30 years, the gas explosion experts at Fieger Law have fought for victims’ rights. If you or a family member have suffered from a gas explosion, Geoffrey Fieger and the expert attorneys at Fieger Law can help. Contact Michigan’s top law firm—utilize our expertise in complex injury cases.

Call 1-800-A-WINNER or tell us about your case using our online form. We will review your case for free and get you the answers and compensation you need.

Gas explosions just don’t happen. Typically, they are the result of some type of negligence—a defect in the manufacturer’s design, improper installation or neglected repair/maintenance. One small mistake could result in one huge catastrophe.

At Fieger Law, we understand the difficulties in gas explosion cases where multiple parties might be to blame—manufacturers, building owners, construction workers, etc. Our team will work with you to uncover all of the facts, trace the path of fault and identify the negligent party. Fieger Law has won big for gas explosion victims, and we’re ready to help you get the financial compensation you deserve.

We Find Out What Caused the Explosion

Common causes of gas explosions include:

  • Faulty gas meters, gas regulators, gas lines
  • Appliance explosions (water heater, central heater, outdoor grill, gas lights, oven, clothes dryer, pool heater, generator)
  • Propane leak
  • Defective pipes
  • Inadequate odorant saturation
  • Construction issues
  • Gas composition, flow and pressure
  • Rust or liquids in the pipe
  • Sporadic, little, or no gas flow over an extended period of time
  • Soil surrounding underground pipes
  • Human error

Explosions can be caused by any combination of these factors, making multiple parties responsible. The causes may be complex, but the principle remains: others are at fault for your pain.

Common injuries caused by a gas explosion include both physical and mental injuries:

  • Burns
  • Shrapnel injuries
  • Hearing loss
  • Broken bones
  • Disfigurement
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Wrongful death

Tips to Escape a Potential Gas Explosion

Odorant is added to gas lines to help you identify a gas leak. If you smell gas:

  • Leave the area immediately.
  • Never switch on a light.
  • Never turn on anything electrical.
  • Never light a match.
  • Never use your phone.
  • Alert others.
  • Call your gas company from another location.

Don’t suffer as the result of a gas explosion. Geoffrey Fieger and his team will fight hard to get you the compensation you need to cover medical bills, lost income, as well as damages for physical and emotional pain and suffering.

Fieger Law: Nationally Recognized Gas Explosion Lawyers

For over 30 years, the gas explosion experts at Fieger Law have fought for victims’ rights. If you or a family member have suffered from a gas explosion, Geoffrey Fieger and the expert attorneys at Fieger Law can help. Contact Michigan’s top law firm—utilize our expertise in complex injury cases.

Call 1-800-A-WINNER or tell us about your case using our online form. We will review your case for free and get you the answers and compensation you need.

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