Sacramento Area Propane Explosion Lawsuits
Chemical burns are almost always work-related. Unfortunately, people who sustain chemical burn injuries at work often think that filing a workers’ compensation claim is the only legal option available. In some cases, it is. In many, it’s not.
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- No Attorney Fee Unless You Win
At Ashton & Price, we fight to protect the rights of burn injury victims in northern and central California. Since 1996, our aggressive approach and determination to win have helped us recover more than $100 million in jury awards and settlements for our clients. Today, our experience and the access we have to many of the region’s best investigators, engineers and doctors can start working for you.
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California is a comparative fault state. This means that even if you think your own actions were partially to blame for a propane explosion — you may still be entitled to recover a portion of your total damages that is equal to the other party’s percentage of fault. In other words, don’t assume you don’t have a case until you’ve talked to a lawyer.
Getting the Medical Care You Need
Whether we are investigating a propane explosion or a slip and fall accident — our primary focus is on protecting the legal rights and interests of our clients. However, we also feel it’s vitally important to help our clients get proper medical care.
In most cases, no insurance* and no out-of-pocket expenses are necessary.
In the meantime, we will be aggressively negotiating with the responsible party and/or their insurance carrier to pursue fair and just compensation for your injuries and damages.
Contacting Our Offices in Fair Oaks, California
Call us directly or contact us online for a free consultation. If you choose to have our lawyers represent you after a propane or natural gas explosion, you will not be asked to pay attorney’s fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.