For many people in Missouri and Illinois, the thought of being trapped in a fire is an understandable fear. Unfortunately, that fear becomes a reality for a number of Americans who suffer significant burn injuries in explosions and fires each year.
Work injuries caused by falls or construction accidents can be difficult enough for injured employees to endure, but injuries caused by fires or explosions can be particularly painful. Burn injuries suffered in propane explosions can leave an injured
Readers who have visited other areas of our website may be familiar with the deadly explosion which occurred in another state back in March regarding the liability of gas companies when it comes to gas pipeline explosions and fires. That catastrophic
Many Missouri and Illinois residents report to their jobs every day, intellectually aware of the fact serious work accidents could occur but never expecting to face such a situation in reality. This is especially true when the work accident in
Food trucks are becoming a popular phenomenon across the nation, including Missouri and Illinois. These mobile cafes on wheels have the mobility to serve food in various spots in cities and even events like festivals. While they provide a unique
Propane explosions can occur without warning, leaving innocent Missouri and Illinois victims suffering serious burn injuries or dead. One such propane explosion at a vacation cottage in another state claimed the lives of an Illinois couple, and
Many Missouri and Illinois residents get nervous when they have to travel via commercial airplane for business or pleasure. Ironically, however, the commercial airline industry is extremely safe, with the last domestic American airline passenger
We’ve already discussed how aging gas pipelines across Missouri, Illinois and the rest of the United States are putting many innocent lives at risk. Unfortunately, there are other dangers with gas pipelines than just their age that can cause