Dettman Law

Can you sue for burn injury from Scalding liquids?

You can sue for burn injury from scalding liquids. People think of the McDonalds case when they hear this question. Google “Hot Coffee Movie” for more information on that case. It will show you how bad some corporations can act. Other scalding liquid cases involve product manufacture or cooking injury. Each and every case is …
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Can you sue for burn injury from fireworks?

It may be possible to sue for injury from fireworks in Kentucky. You will need to show the firework was defective, unnecessarily dangerous, or that someone exposed you to a danger they should not have. Cases like this are complicated. The damages must be severe to pursue, but that is likely because fireworks explode. Consulting …
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Can you sue for burn injury from Gasoline spills?

You can sue for injury from gasoline spills in Kentucky. My office handled a case where gasoline caused a person’s hair to fall out. Injuries from gasoline spills can be traumatic and lifelong. Hiring a personal injury lawyer can help you pursue the appropriate defendants and maximize the value of the case. The lawyer won’t …
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Who Can Sue for Wrongful Death Caused by an Explosion?

It is common for family members to sue after a wrongful death caused by an explosion. Technically, the estate of the deceased person will file the lawsuit, and loved ones will determine how to proceed with the case with the help of a personal injury lawyer. The lawyer can help set up the estate and …
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Can airbags burn you?

Airbags can cause serious injury. If you’ve been injured by an airbag in the commonwealth of Kentucky seek the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer.

Can we sue for injuries from a Propane Explosion?

In Kentucky you can sue for injuries from a propane explosion. A personal injury lawyer is the type of lawyer that handles this type of case. Damages associated with a propane explosion can be severe so it is important to consult with a lawyer as soon as possible. If you wait too long the statute …
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