Plant explosion cases require immediate action. Evidence of the cause of an explosion can be lost if immediate action is not taken to preserve the blast site. Most of the time a temporary restraining order will be necessary so that the blast site cannot be altered and evidence lost or destroyed by the company or companies involved.

One of my first plant explosion cases involved an explosion at the Chemical Exchange Industries plant in Baytown, Texas in 1982. At trial, the worker I represented was awarded a judgement in his favor on a non-operated back injury. The case was appealed by the defendant to the court of Appeals and to the Texas Supreme Court. I won in both the Court of Appeals and in the Texas Supreme Court. The judgment was paid in full.

I have worked on other plant explosion cases and if you are ever involved in one of these catastrophic events I look forward to assisting you in attempting to obtain full and complete compensation for your damages.