New England Injury Attorneys Dedicated to Getting You Financial Compensation for Catastrophic Injuries from Gas Explosions
The personal injury lawyers of Swartz & Swartz, P.C. are committed to the persistent and unrelenting pursuit of justice for unsuspecting consumers and workers injured on the job. If you suffered serious burn injuries or other catastrophic injuries because of the negligence of gas companies, contractors, gas distributors, or parts and equipment manufacturers, you deserve compensation for your injuries and losses.
Contact our Boston law office to meet personally with an experienced trial lawyer who can help you get results for your injury claim.
Our record in gas explosion cases is second to none. We have been handling these cases for more than three decades and have achieved record results in Massachusetts, New England and throughout the United States.
We work with the most knowledgeable and sophisticated scientific and medical experts in the country to achieve record verdicts and settlements Most recently, we obtained two record recoveries in natural gas explosions:
- We represented the estates of two victims who died and six persons who were injured in Attleboro, Massachusetts, securing a record $25 million settlement after their gas explosion accident.
- We represented the family of two young children who died in a gas explosion in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, resulting from the failure of a gas company to replace a corroded fitting. We achieved a recovery of $17 million.
Factors causing or contributing to gas explosions resulting in burn injuries or death have included improper gas line locations, faulty parts and equipment in mobile homes, workplace equipment, camping equipment, and defectively designed propane stoves.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a gas explosion and would like to speak with an attorney, contact us by email or call (617) 742-1900. If you are outside the Boston area, call toll-free at 1-800-545-3732. We are here to answer your questions and protect your legal rights.