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Construction Explosion Injury Lawyer in NYC

Explosions during construction or remodeling projects can cause devastation on a wide scale, resulting in injuries and deaths not only to workers at the site but also to pedestrians and people who live in adjoining properties.

If you or someone you love was been injured in a construction explosion in the New York City area, contact The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny in Manhattan for a free initial consultation. Our attorneys have secured more than $100 million on behalf of our clients. Call (212) 421-0300 to talk to one of our lawyers.

Identifying The Cause, Holding The Negligent Accountable

Most explosions happen because somebody was careless or violated New York building codes. Here are some examples of negligence that can lead to explosions:

  • Careless construction work that damages existing gas lines
  • Excavations resulting in damage to buried gas lines
  • Improper hookup of gas appliances
  • Faulty work on gas lines
  • Gas leaks
  • Faulty storage of volatile or flammable chemicals

Our lawyers will work with experts to identify the cause of the explosion and hold all negligent parties accountable. Then we will seek full compensation for property damage and personal injury from those responsible.

Beyond Workers’ Compensation: Injured workers may be entitled to compensation both from workers’ compensation and from our civil justice system. Our lawyers will help you obtain the maximum recovery from all sources.

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For More Information About New York Gas Explosions

If you or someone you love has been injured in a gas or chemical explosion, call (212) 421-0300 or complete our contact form to arrange a free case evaluation. We represent foreign nationals and undocumented workers who are injured in New York explosions.

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Whether you need a car accident lawyer or legal representation for any type of accident, the NYC personal injury lawyers at The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny can help. Located in New York City, we've helped thousands of individuals throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn (Kings County), Manhattan, Queens and Nassau County recover the compensation they need to receive proper medical care, treatment and quality of life after serious injury.

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If you've been injured due to the negligence or wrong-doing of another, we can provide you and your loved ones with the legal support needed to ensure proper medical attention, long-term treatment and fair, reasonable financial compensation is received for your injury. The initial consultation is always free. For immediate assistance, call (212) 421-0300.

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