Fourth of July is this weekend and for many that means time to get together with family, BBQ, and use fireworks. In fact, fireworks are a part of the celebration that most look forward to, however what many people do not realize is that fireworks can lead to very serious injuries – particularly injuries to the face, eyes and hands.
Any lack of care in handling fireworks or any defect during the manufacture or design process could lead to very serious injuries, or in some cases death. In fact, every year numerous injuries and fatalities are caused by a fireworks accident.
To ensure the safety of you and your family this weekend, our Michigan fireworks accident injury lawyers have provided some safety tips for handling fireworks (provided by Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, Kent County Health Department). These tips include:
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. our Michigan fireworks accident injury attorneys are currently investigating cases for those victims who have suffered severe injuries, such as burn injuries as a result of a defective firework or another person’s negligence in handling the explosive. These claims are often very difficult to prove so it is important that if you or someone you care about suffers a fireworks injury that they consult with a lawyer that has significant experience handling burn injury cases.
For more information on how our fireworks accident injury lawyers in Michigan can help you, call today at (248) 793-2010. We offer a free, no obligation consultation where we will review your case and determine whether or not you have a case. We also represent our clients under a contingency fee basis, which means no legal fees or costs to you until we win or settle your case. Call now to get started on your case!
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