Pittsburgh Gas Explosions Attorney

Gas leaks are often silent and odorless. The victims of gas explosions have no warning and no shield against the blast and the flames. If a loved one suffered burns or other injuries or died from such an explosion, Hal Waldman and Associates can pursue your negligence lawsuits against those responsible.

Our Pittsburgh personal injury lawyers have won damages for gas well explosions throughout Pennsylvania, as well as natural gas explosions in homes and commercial buildings. We fight for the full compensation you need and deserve.

Your explosion injuries matter to us. We care. We are on your side. Call or e-mail our Pittsburgh law office to schedule a free conversation with a Pittsburgh gas explosions injury lawyer.

Pennsylvania Burn Injury Attorneys Representing Clients Injured in Gas Well Explosions and Gas Pipeline Explosions

Exploration and drilling of the Utica and Marcellus shale natural gas deposits have seen gas wells springing up all over Pennsylvania. Hundreds of gas industry workers have been injured or killed when leaking gas wells exploded.

We have also handled massive gas explosions in homes and residential areas caused by utility workers or construction crews digging too close to underground natural gas pipelines or accidentally cutting into pipes.

Hal Waldman and Associates can represent gas drillers, utility employees and other workers maimed or killed on job sites through no fault of their own. We also represent homeowners and neighbors in lawsuits for wrongful death, personal injury and substantial property damage.

Our Pittsburgh gas explosions injury lawyers work with many experts to establish liability for gas explosions and to calculate full and fair compensation for the horrific burns and explosion injuries from the fireball, smoke inhalation, flying debris, structural collapse and structures caught on fire.

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We represent explosion victims throughout Pennsylvania. Our lawyers are skilled at identifying all liable parties and holding them accountable for the devastation.

To discuss your case with a Pennsylvania burn injury lawyer, call us at 412-338-1000 or use our online contact form.

We also advise or take referral cases from other personal injury attorneys who are not experienced at handling gas explosion cases.