Fireworks Accident Attorney

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What are Fireworks Accident?

Fireworks are often used as a celebratory expression of light and color. They are especially prevalent around holidays such as the Fourth of July. Every year, there is an exponential increase in fireworks accidents during the summer months of June through August. Many individuals, families, and children all gather together to watch firework display shows. What many do not know is that fireworks are extremely dangerous and have the ability to cause serious bodily injury.

Fireworks have the capability to cause severe burns, bodily injuries such as loss of limbs or loss of sight, and even fatalities. While fireworks are a staple in American celebratory events, many people forget that fireworks are highly uncontrollable and unpredictable. There are numerous ways that a single fireworks accident can occur including by:

  • The firework exploding in the user’s hand
  • Fireworks exploding earlier than anticipated and injuring a nearby participant
  • The firework traveling and exploding in an unexpected direction
  • Fireworks heading in unexpected directions and causing fires
  • Negligent handling of a firework
  • Using fireworks while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Using fireworks while indoors

Mentioned above are only a few commonly seen instances in which fireworks can lead to severe bodily injuries, but there are many more. If you or a loved one have been a victim of improper handling a firework, malfunction of a firework, or of any injury caused by a firework, call The Law Offices of Eslamboly Hakim today for the guidance and representation that you need to get you the compensation that you deserve.

Who is Liable in a Fireworks Accident?

While fireworks can be beautiful shows of color and light, such a display involves extensive care and in reality are extremely unsafe. Fireworks shows are considered to be dangerous activities. They require a higher standard of care than just the “ordinary care” standard. Failing to meet this higher standard of care holds the firework user strictly liable for their actions, or failure to take precaution for their actions.

The act of using fireworks whether that is privately with a few people or at a public park in front of thousands of people, a higher standard of care must be taken. Fireworks are not toys, they are explosive devices. If an individual is using an explosive device in a negligent or careless manner, they deserve to suffer the extensive consequences that follow.

That is where we come in.

At the Law Offices of Eslamboly Hakim we understand the extensive damage and even life-threatening consequences that can come from a firework injury. We have dealt with numerous cases over our 20 years involving these incidents and are more than prepared to fight for the compensation and closure that you deserve.

Why do I Need a Lawyer?

Being a victim of a fireworks accident is a scary and traumatic event at the least. Many times you can become overwhelmed by all of the medical expenses and difficulty to resume your life how it was before the accident due to all of this added stress. Don’t let yourself go at it alone. Allow our attorneys to fight for you, so you can focus on taking care of yourself.

At the Law Offices of Eslamboly Hakim we will take care of every legal detail of your case. For over twenty years, we have been known for providing our clients with fierce representation. We always make sure that our clients know what is happening with their case. We pride ourselves in the passion and drive that are skilled attorney’s posses.

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At the Law Offices of Eslamboly Hakim, we aggressively protect our clients’ rights and fight for the maximum compensation available. Our attorneys at the Law Offices of Eslamboly Hakim have the experience and skill that you need to get results.

If you or a loved one has suffered any injuries because of fireworks, wait no longer to contact us. Call us right now at 800-LAW-TALK (1-800-529-8255), or fill out the form below for a free consultation to speak with one of our skilled attorneys.

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