Fire-related injuries, explosions and electrocution are often caused by negligence — a failure to install alarm systems and sprinkler systems, poor safety and maintenance standards, or unsafe electrical wiring. The victims can suffer extensive, painful burns or even death in Phoenix. A Phoenix fire injury lawyer at Knapp & Roberts can review the circumstances of your injury or your loved one’s wrongful death to determine who (or what entity) caused the accident in Arizona and whether you have a case.
There are many factors that can effect a fire injury lawsuit, which an Phoenix fire injury attorney can help you uncover. First, you have to consider the origin of the fire by finding answers to the following:
After determining the root cause, a fire injury lawyer will look into the aftermath and injuries by considering the following:
A tanker truck accident can turn a highway wreck into a gas explosion. Faulty wiring can turn a home into a fire trap. Temporary wiring at a construction site can cause an electrocution. If you or a family member has suffered because of a fire, explosion or electrocution in Phoenix, Arizona, talk to a lawyer at Knapp & Roberts. We can help. Our Arizona personal injury lawyers can assemble a team of experts who can review the circumstances and provide animation or graphics that show how the accident happened and more importantly how it was preventable.
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The personal injury attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona at Knapp & Roberts have the compassion and trial lawyer skills to tell your story to a jury. We will get to know you and your family so that we can help the jury understand what has happened to you and your family and how it has changed your lives. Obtain the compensation necessary for the injuries and losses you have suffered.