On August 1, 2004, a house erupted in flames in the early morning hours. As a result of the fire, a nine month old child received severe burns to 80% of his body.
The child’s family contended that a gas regulator failed and allowed gas to escape into the lines and subsequently into the child’s home. Eventually, the gas was ignited by a refrigerator condenser. The defendants contended that the fire started in an adjoining bedroom due to an electric hot water heater.
Prior to trial, the defendants settled the case and agreed to pay the child’s family $10 million.
Unglesby Williams is a law firm located in New Orleans, Louisiana specializing in Personal Injury, Catastrophic Injuries, Maritime/Admiralty Injuries, Plant & Refinery Property Contamination, Product Liability, Commercial Litigation, Insurance Claims, Mesothelioma and Asbestos-Related Diseases, Federal Criminal Defense, Healthcare Fraud, Railroad and Aviation Injuries. An experienced New Orleans attorney can help you figure out what to do and how to protect your rights, and knows how to assess legal claims and can quickly tell you whether it’s worth it to pursue legal action in your case. We understand the complicated legal procedures, medical terms, and paperwork common to personal injury cases, and how to work with professional investigators to examine all aspects of your situation, and get the legal documentation required to prove fault, innocence, negligence, and liability.
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