Explosions and Electrocution

Explosion & Electrocution Injury Lawyers

At Coppola & Melonakis, we represent people who have been injured in explosions, fires and electrical accidents that occur throughout Colorado. Our law firm combines the work of three experienced attorneys who prepare cases thoroughly and effectively for trial.

Over the years, we have handled a broad spectrum of personal injury cases involving complex legal issues and serious personal injuries. Experience has taught us that each case is unique. Explosions accidents can be related to a range of occurrences. No matter what your situation, we have the capacity to take effective action.

We handle cases related to many different accidents and hazards:

  • Explosions
  • Car fires
  • Fires on residential and commercial properties
  • Dangerous and defective equipment
  • Electrical malfunctions
  • Exposed wires
  • Improper warnings
  • Maintenance failures

Explosions, Electrocution and Workers’ Compensation

Explosions and electrocution often occur in the workplace. When they do, they usually fall under Colorado workers’ compensation laws. These laws prevent workers from suing their employers when they become injured on the job. However, they also give injured workers the benefits they need to support their families and move forward with their lives.

If you have been burned or otherwise injured on the job, or if your loved one was electrocuted, talking with an attorney at Coppola & Melonakis who can help you understand your options. You may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. You may also be able to file a personal injury lawsuit — especially if the explosion was caused by a vendor, subcontractor or defective product. Learn your options.

If You Don’t Know Where to Turn, Call Us

At Coppola & Melonakis, we often help people who would otherwise not have the resources to fight for themselves in court. The attorneys at our law firm handle cases on a contingency basis, which means that we do not collect attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you — either by settling your case favorably or winning it at trial.

We understand that it can be difficult to know what to do after a serious accident. If you need guidance, talking to one of our experienced premises liability lawyers is the best place to start. Contact us, consultations are free and confidential.