If you or a loved one was injured in a gas explosion, you need the help of an experienced attorney. The Pritzker Hageman Burn Injury Legal Team helps burn survivors and their families get the justice and compensation they deserve.
Two men were injured when a townhouse exploded in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Fire investigators say a natural gas leak likely caused the destructive explosion that blew the house off its foundation. Around 9 PM Wednesday, first responders arrived on the scene at North Rose Town Houses near Groesbeck Highway. Fire Captain Nick Candela told the Macomb Daily, “We couldn’t send anyone inside because there was a structural collapse hazard.” The two men who lived in the townhouse had self-evacuated. They were transported to McLaren Macomb Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. One of the survivors was later transferred to Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
Neighbors who heard the explosion thought it was a bomb or a tornado. Residents of North Rose Town Houses reported smelling gas in the air before the explosion happened. Crews from DTE Energy and Consumers Energy responded to the scene. The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.
Gas Explosion Lawsuit Information
If you or a loved one was injured in a gas explosion, you may be able to sue for justice and compensation. An experienced gas explosion attorney will help you file an explosion lawsuit against the wrongdoers who caused your injuries, which may include any of the following.
- The gas company
- The manufacturer of any defective parts
- The contractor that failed to properly train or supervise its workers
- Any other wrongdoers
Contact an Experienced Explosion Attorney
Pritzker Hageman is one of the few law firms in the country with experience representing burn survivors in explosion lawsuits. Our legal team has won gone up against large gas companies to win hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. If you would like to talk to an explosion attorney about your case, please call 1-888-377-8900, text 612-261-0856, or fill out the form below.