WHERE DID THE INCIDENT OR EXPLOSION HAPPEN?
The location of the gas tank when it exploded is vital to your case. If the gas tank was a smaller propane tank that was kept inside the home, there could be thousands of dollars worth of repair bills that need to be paid. If the gas tank exploded due to issues that caused the tank to leak, then it is very possible that you could win your case. In contrast, since many homes and businesses utilize gas tanks that are kept outdoors, there are plenty of different factors that could have caused the gas tank to explode. It is very important to narrow down the list of possibilities that forced the gas tank to explode, since the cause of the explosion is so important.
Gas explosions can be caused by faulty lines or negligent maintenance, which leads to dangerous circumstances, sometimes causing home, business or vehicle explosions. If you or your vehicle were near a gas tank that was owned by a public business when it exploded, there are many different ways to receive your compensation. First, it is important to find out why the gas tank exploded. If the tank itself was faulty, you may be able to receive a settlement from the company that made the tank. If the tank was not faulty, but the business that owned the tank was not taking proper care of the equipment, you may be able to receive compensation for the damages caused to your property from the business.
If you have recently suffered damages related to a gas explosion, the time to act is now. There is no time to lose when seeking the compensation you deserve and the reason for the explosion could mean that your damages are completely compensated by the makers of the gas tank or gas line related to the explosion. In order to find out more information, contact the lawyers at Tryk Law, P.C. today and find out if you have a suitable case to receive compensation for your damaged property.