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Propane Explosion Accident Lawyers in Pittsburgh

Accomplished Fire & Explosion Attorneys Help Get You The Compensation You Deserve in Allegheny County & Throughout Western PA

Propane is a highly valuable resource with many household uses, and it is oftentimes essential for those living in rural areas to heat their homes and run appliances. But propane is also an unstable element, and if not treated properly, it can cause devastating and sometimes deadly explosions.

Finding The Cause Of Your Propane Explosion

At Goodrich & Geist, P.C., our personal injury attorneys have handled many significant propane explosion claims. One of the biggest challenges in these cases is finding the source of the accident. We work with highly trained experts with specific knowledge of propane gas. These specialists are able to identify the ignition point and prove the cause of the explosion. Ultimately, this information will help us assign liability in your case. Whether you were injured due to a propane grill, propane appliance in your home, or propane pipe explosion, we are ready to help.

We are equipped to handle a wide range of propane injury cases, including those involving:

  • Lack of required odor in propane gas
  • Propane gas leak in pipes
  • Faulty propane storage tank
  • Defective household appliance
  • Defective pilot lights
  • Defective shutoff valve
  • Improper installation of propane appliances

The sad truth is that most propane explosions could have been prevented. While nothing can erase the devastation you have endured, we can help you hold the responsible party accountable.

New Castle, PA, Fire And Burn Injury Lawyers

If you or a loved one has been harmed in a propane explosion, contact Goodrich and Geist at 412-766-1455. As Pittsburgh propane explosion accident attorneys, we are ready to fight for your rights.  Our attorneys serve injured clients in Western Pennsylvania, including Allegheny County, Beaver County, Butler County, Westmoreland County, Washington County and Erie County.

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