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Fire and Electrical Liability

Our fire and electrical liability attorneys are fully immersed in fire and explosion issues. We are experienced in fire and explosion training, are active members of professional and legal organizations devoted to these areas and are respected leaders in the industry. In fact, our attorneys are so well-versed in the industries they serve, they are often called upon to share knowledge and experience as instructors, authors and advisors.

Our fire and electrical liability clients include well-known companies in the energy, chemical, gas and petroleum industries; product manufacturers and insurers; and individuals and businesses that are impacted by these industries. Our attorneys have substantial experience with various types of explosions, fire and electrical injuries involving a wide variety of commercial and residential structures.

For more information, please contact one of our Fire and Electrical Liability attorneys.

Energy, Chemical, Gas and Petroleum

Benzene
Chlorine
Diesel Fuel
Electric Utilities
Gasoline Bulk Storage
Gasoline Delivery
Heat Transfer Oil
Helium
Hydrogen Sulfide
Natural Gas Distribution
Natural Gas Storage
Natural Gas Transmission
Paraxylene
Power Grid Components
Propane
Sodium Aluminate
Utility Locating

Products

Aerosol Sprays
Fire Service Equipment
Fire Suppression Equipment
Fireplaces
Furnaces
Generators
Household Appliances
Ozonators
Personal Watercraft
Photographic Press
Pressure Vacuum Vents
Radio Dispatch Equipment
Recreational Boats
Storage Tanks
Televisions
Vehicles
Water Heaters

Types of Explosions, Fires and Electrical Events

Autoignition
Chemical Release
Electrical Injury
Electrocution
Gasoline
Incendiary
Lightning
Natural Gas
Overhead Power Lines
Pipeline Rupture
Propane
Steam

Structures

Bulk Storage Plants   
Cave  
Caverns
Churches      
Commercial Buildings  
Construction Sites    
Garages
Historic Buildings    
Manufacturing Facilities      
Multi-family Dwellings
Power Plants
Residential/Mobile Homes      
Theaters
Warehouses