If you or a loved one was burned in a house explosion, you may be entitled to significant compensation. The Pritzker Hageman Explosion Lawyers help burn victims and their families pursue compensation and justice in cases throughout the United States.
UPDATED February 7, 2023– A house explosion at a construction site in East Bethel, Minnesota, injured three workers. The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office described the scene on the 2800 block of Viking Boulevard as “active” Monday morning. A spokesperson from Allina Health told Kare 11 News that an air ambulance was called to the scene after EMS crews rescued three men from the rubble. 35-year-old Keith Hyovalti of Oak Grove, 47-year-old William Swanson of Zimmerman, and 47-year-old James Wells of Coon Rapids were airlifted to HCMC where they are in stable condition. Hyovalti and Wells are electricians who work for 3-Way Electric in Anoka. Swanson is a home builder.
The cause of the house explosion is still under investigation. The owner of the electric company told the Star Tribune that the likely source was “a malfunction with the heater in the basement to thaw out the floors.”
This is a developing story. The Pritzker Hageman Explosion Investigative Team will have the latest update as more information becomes available.
Contact Pritzker Hageman Lawyers Today
Phone: 1-888-377-8900 | Text: 612-261-0856
The consultation is free and you never pay anything until we win for you.
What Causes a House to Explode?
When a house explodes, a cause and origin investigation will determine where and how the explosion happened. An experienced explosion attorney will work with cause and origin specialists to conduct an independent investigation to uncover the facts and identify liable parties. Attorney Eric Hageman, who leads the Pritzker Hageman Burn Injury Legal Team says, “It’s crucial to do an independent investigation in any case involving severe burn injuries or wrongful death. In doing so, we have found liability for things such as failure to comply with safety regulations, product defects, and failure to protect against a phenomenon known as odor fade.”
Through lawsuit investigations, the Pritzker Hageman Burn Injury Legal Team has found that the most common causes of house explosions include:
Talk to an Experienced Explosion Attorney
Pritzker Hageman is one of the few law firms in the country with experience representing victims and their families in house explosion lawsuits nationwide. Our legal team has gone up against big companies to win hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients.
For a free consultation on what to expect from the legal process, contact our team of explosion lawyers by calling 1-888-377-8900, texting 612-261-0856, or filling out the form below.