Win Your Case With an Experienced Compressed Gas Injury Lawyer
To begin gas is colorless, which can make it all the more hazardous and critical when it is discharged in a catastrophic failure or accident. Gas is used at construction sites to power pneumatic machinery. The staggering and forceful strength of compressed gas is so strong it easily breaks bones. Moreover, the radiant hot temperatures associated with compressed gas often leads to devastating injury burns that leave victims permanently disfigured. If you or a loved one was the victim of a compressed gas injury due to construction work, then you should talk with a dedicated and determined compressed gas injury lawyer to get the compensation you demand to fully recover from your injury and suffering.
Burn Injuries From Compressed Gases
The injuries that can occur from a compressed gas can take several sorts, but one of the most familiar is a burn. The general way to increase the pressure of any contained gas is to heat the gas to high temperatures; thus, to power pneumatic machinery for construction jobs gas must be superheated. The gas used to power pneumatic machinery is often fed into the machine b a flexible plastic hose. Nevertheless, is the hose is faulty, or the machines seal breaks gas can release and, as a result, cause severe life-altering burns to the worker – even if protective gear is worn. The results of experiencing a burn can produce chronic pain, infection, numerous surgeries, and in some cases amputation.
If you or a loved one were harmed in an accident involving a construction site compressed gas injury, then you may be able to seek money damages for any of the following:
- Current medical bills
- Cost of future medical bills connected to your injury (skin grafts, therapy, reconstructive surgeries, etc.)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Lost wages
- Loss of career or earning potential
- Property loss
- Permanent injury or disability
- Costs of physical therapy
- Costs of rehabilitation
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of a limb
- Pain and suffering
- Costs of home health nursing
- Household and vehicle modifications if needed
- Reduction of earning capacity
- Hedonic damages for loss of joy of life (activities enjoyed before injury that you or your loved one or no longer to partake in)
Dangerous Gases in Industrial Environments
Compressed gases are caustic in nature, implying they can cause severe burns even at room temperature. As mentioned earlier compressed gas is used at construction site jobs to power pneumatic machinery such as cutting machines, power presses, drills, and other tools. Other dangerous gases used at construction site accidents include toxic and carcinogenic chemicals such as chloroform and benzene. Additionally, heavy metals are used at construction job sites such as lead-based compounds that are fatal if inhaled or used improperly.
Make Them Pay By Hiring An Experienced Compressed Gas Injury Lawyer
Safety should never be compromised on any construction site. If you were injured as a consequence of the negligence or recklessness of another party, then a dedicated compressed gas injury lawyer with the Testa Law Group can help you and your family in your time of need. To begin your construction accident injury case, please contact the Testa Law Group at 877-780-9052 for a free consultation with an experienced compressed gas injury lawyer.