Construction Site Explosions
When large construction site explosions occur anywhere in America, the catastrophic injuries or deaths from gas fires and materials often make the national news. But not all construction site explosions result in a horrendous body count. Construction site explosions are often a common occurrence on construction projects ranging in size from the largest skyscrapers and waterline projects to individual housing developments. The reality is that even minor construction site explosions result in numerous life-changing injuries and fatalities every year in the U.S.
Free consultation about your construction site explosion injury claim
In most cases, no attorney’s fees unless you recover money damages
From acetylene tank explosions to exploding gas lines that result in trench collapses and falling construction debris, a construction site explosion is always serious. For over 18 years, the construction injury law firm of Zachar & Associates, P.C. in Phoenix, Arizona, has been providing aggressive, intelligent representation for construction workers injured because of construction site explosions throughout Central Arizona.
We have built our excellent reputation on our capacity and willingness to handle complex cases that are beyond the professional or technical capacity of other civil litigation law firms. Opposing insurers and cities with municipal liability responsible for your injuries recognize the thoroughness and integrity we bring to every construction site injury and wrongful death case we handle. When we meet with you for a free consultation about your case, we will be proud to discuss some of our verdicts and settlements we have obtained on behalf of injury victims.
Learn more at our Construction Injury Practice Center
Contact attorney Christopher Zachar at our offices for a free consultation about the ways in which we can use our experience, reputation and skills to help you recover maximum compensation for your catastrophic injury or wrongful death claim resulting from a construction site accident.