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Find Representation for Injuries Caused by Stoves

Stoves are often the source of many house fires and explosions in the home. An individual's negligence can often cause these accidents; however, at Glenda Cochran Associates Attorneys at Law have represented numerous clients who have been injured due to using defective stoves. As part of the investigative process, we look at every aspect of the case to determine where the fault lies.

Causes of Explosions in the Home

All it takes is one spark from a fire and a gas leak to cause an explosion: a leaky valve, gas tank, or the pipeline to the source. These lines should be durable, built to withstand fraying and years of usage. Manufacturers have the responsibility of designing these lines to be leak-proof. This only means that if there is a leak, then that is a clear sign of negligence.

Any appliance such as a stove could have a defect in the following ways:

  • Design
  • Manufacturing
  • Installation
  • Inspection
  • Improper repair
  • Maintenance

The stove—gas-powered stoves in particular—is a fixture in many homes, but also poses the most danger to families. Defective stoves have injured families, especially, children for decades, according to studies by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Our Birmingham injury attorneys are well-versed in the examination of gas explosions accidents, and we also have a network of seasoned accident investigators to get to the bottom of every case.

Find Just Compensation Today!

At Glenda Cochran Associates Attorneys at Law, our focus has always been on our clients. We are proud to defend your legal rights, and we work to the bone to ensure you receive the maximum possible financial recovery. This can help cover the costs of medical bills, damage to your home or property, rehabilitation, counseling, and other expenses related to your accident.

We do not charge any fees unless we win! Contact us today to schedule a free case review.

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