Representing Victims Injured In Gas Explosions
Did you know there is an unknown danger of leaking natural gas? Gas is often undetected until it is too late.
At Collins, Collins & Conley in Hindman, Kentucky, we have more than 30 years of combined experience representing victims injured in accidents. We have handled many cases involving gas explosions and damages caused by natural gas explosions. Natural gas companies can be held liable for any injuries caused by gas leaks, explosions and other accidents involving their gas or equipment.
It is important to contact us right away if you have been injured in a gas explosion or other natural gas accident. We can carefully evaluate the situation and make sure evidence is preserved. We are skilled trial lawyers who have extensive experience taking natural gas companies to court over explosions and other natural gas accidents.
Injuries Can Be Life-Threatening And Long-Term
Gas explosions, gas leaks and other natural gas accidents can cause very serious injuries, including severe burns, other catastrophic injuries and even death.
If you suffered a burn injury or other serious injury after a gas explosion or natural gas leak, contact us right away. Our law firm will provide the personal attention and care you deserve during this difficult time. The recovery process is different for every victim and each situation needs to be evaluated by attorneys who have experience handling these types of claims.
Our attorneys have experience helping victims and their families file simple negligence to product liability claims to receive compensation to help pay for medical expenses now and in the future, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Do You Have A Case?
You do not have to suffer alone after a gas explosion or accident. We can protect your rights and make sure all legal options are explored to help you on the road to recovery. To schedule a free consultation, call our law firm at 606-785-5048 or contact us online. We only get paid if we win your case so there is no risk to meet with us.