Explosive Accident Attorney in Wisconsin

 

Explosive Accident Lawyer in WisconsinConsequences of explosions, and the resulting fires and destruction, can be devastating. If you have been injured, severely burned, or have lost a loved one due to an explosive accident, Doar, Drill & Skow is equipped and ready to help you recover maximum compensation. Choose the support and care you can only receive with a dedicated team of personal injury attorneys.

Win the Reparation You Deserve

When you are recouping from physical injury or property damage, the associated legal matters can seem overwhelming. Find an advocate with the knowledgeable, experienced team at Doar, Drill & Skow. We will make the legal process easy to understand and easy to bear, supporting you at each step of the way.

Seek assistance from our personal injury lawyers if you have suffered from an explosive accident related to:

  • Flawed electrical wiring
  • Gas leaks or seepages
  • Gas tank defects in motor vehicles
  • Poorly maintained gas or electric utilities
  • Defective detection systems or smoke alarms
  • Industrial factory sites or power plants
  • Faulty home appliances or products
  • Negligence by manufacturers, builders, or installers
  • Failure to meet required safety codes
  • And More

Bolster your case with extensive investigation and professional testimony gained by the representation of Doar, Drill & Skow. At our personal injury law firm, we take a uniquely individual approach, listening closely to your story and supporting you through challenging matters while resolutely defending your rights.

Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation with our Professionals

For a FREE consultation and to benefit from over 130 years of experience in personal injury cases and complex legal issues, contact us today. If you have been hurt by an explosive accident, act quickly – call toll free at 877-362-7529 or contact us online for a free consultation to discuss your claim. Doar, Drill & Skow serves the western Wisconsin area and is headquartered in New Richmond.