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Fires and Explosions

The staff at Regal Attorney can assist you if a fire or explosion in California left you hurt. There is a reason why so many residents of Oakland City and other parts of the state have looked to us for assistance when they are most in need, and we are prepared to explain it to you. In order to hold the responsible party accountable for their careless or negligent conduct, our team of sympathetic, assertive, and experienced trial lawyers is here to assist you. We won’t stop fighting until you receive the just compensation you are entitled to.

One of many people’s worst concerns and nightmares is having to deal with a fire or explosion in their house, place of business, or even car. No of their size or scope, all flames and explosions have the ability to destroy a great deal of material possessions and further harm your body, even leading to death. There are still 1.4 fatalities and 18.1 injuries per 1,000 fires in California, despite data from the U.S. Fire Administration showing a decline in fires, injuries, and deaths over the past ten years. Fires can occur anywhere, including in your house, and they can result in significant harm, life-changing injuries, and even lifelong medical treatment. This sort of treatment is quite complicated and expensive, resulting in tens of thousands of dollars in hospital bills and other costs, from pain management to skin grafts.



    Why Do I Need a Fire and Explosion Injury Lawyer?

    You might believe that you can handle making a claim and communicating with your insurance carrier on your own after a fire or explosion. Unfortunately, fire and explosion claims are highly complex since they include significant amounts of property damage and virtually invariably catastrophic injuries, even if you’ve had your policy for decades and know your insurance adjuster by name. Even something as straightforward as figuring out what started the fire can be difficult and time-consuming in these kinds of catastrophes. Whether a gas leak or a malfunctioning appliance started the fire, flames can destroy all evidence, making it nearly impossible to sort through the debris and determine the cause without the required knowledge and experience.