Big Sky House Explosion Injures One

If you or a loved one was injured in a house explosion, you need the help of an experienced explosion attorney.

A house explosion in Big Sky, Montana, sent a woman to the hospital with severe burn injuries. The blast sparked a fire that engulfed the home in Cascade Ridge. Firefighters arrived at the scene on Lower Cascade Ridge Road to find thick smoke billowing high above the house. Despite challenging snowy conditions, crews successfully contained the blaze and prevented it from spreading to nearby structures. One woman sustained severe burns and was airlifted for treatment at a regional burn center in Idaho Falls. An investigation is underway.

House Explosion Lawsuit Information

In the aftermath of a house explosion, the physical and emotional toll can be overwhelming for burn survivors and their family members. If this happened to your family, you may be able to sue the wrongdoers whose negligence caused you harm. An experienced explosion attorney will conduct a cause and origin investigation to identify the cause, determine liability, and guide you through the legal process.

If the evidence supports your case, you may be able to file an explosion lawsuit against any of the following parties:

  • Landlord
  • Gas company
  • Propane company that serviced your propane tank before it exploded
  • Construction company
  • Contractor or subcontractor
  • Component manufacturer
  • Maintenance company
  • Installation company
  • City, county, or state

Contact us for a no-cost consultation with an attorney

The Pritzker Hageman Law Firm

Call: 1-888-377-8900

Text: 612-261-0856

Pritzker Hageman is one of the few law firms in the country with experience representing burn survivors in house explosion lawsuits. Our burn injury legal team has gone up against big gas companies to win hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients in some of the largest recoveries in American history. Pritzker Hageman supports the burn survivor community by partnering with the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors and our attorneys have been active members of the American Burn Association.

The Pritzker Hageman burn injury legal team, in partnership with the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, has put together a handbook covering important topics related to legal action after a burn injury.

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