Connecticut Attorneys For Fire Accidents And Explosions
Though it occurs in only minutes, a fire or explosion can change every aspect of a person’s life. Victims and their families often suffer physical and emotional trauma. Burn injuries require extensive medical attention, and the costs of continuing care can be overwhelming.
If you have been injured in a fire or explosion, talking with an attorney can help you move forward with your life. At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we help burn injury victims and their families recover compensation by taking legal action in Connecticut courts.
Located in New Haven, attorneys at our law firm have extensive knowledge of fire investigations and personal injury law. We are well-prepared to handle personal injury claims involving negligence or product liability issues, holding negligent actors accountable for the harm caused. Attorneys at Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., take legal action against negligent landlords, condo associations and business owners for accidents that happen on another’s property, as well as the manufacturers and distributors of dangerous products that cause fires.
Thorough And Effective Case Preparation
Winning a personal injury case is not easy. Effective resolution of your personal injury case requires a great deal of hard work. At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we work diligently to help our clients achieve the best possible results.
When we take your case, we begin by reviewing the facts and laws involved. If possible, we may visit the scene of the accident, take photographs and interview witnesses. We also locate and prepare the appropriate expert witnesses for your case. As experienced attorneys, we know what discovery must be conducted and what questions need to be asked. Preparing extensively for trial, we take depositions, review documents and collect evidence.
Our hard work often helps us uncover the true parties responsible for a fire or explosion. In a home or business, the homeowner or business owner may be the one responsible. Further investigation may also reveal that persons involved with the construction and design of the building are at fault.