Often times in an auto accident, the injuries sustained can be debilitating, or lethal, even at lower speeds. A car accident that occurs at a low speed but can induce life threatening or deadly injuries is an explosion or car fire following the accident. You may very well be entitled to benefits and financial compensation from multiple sources in the event your car exploded or caught fire following the accident.
Causes Of Car Accident Explosions And Fires
A very common cause of a car accident fire or exploding car accident in Orange County occurs when metal, shrapnel or debris punctures the gas tank. If the gas tank is punctured in an auto accident, the odds of a fire or explosion increase immensely. On some model automobiles the gas tank can be poorly situated and this design flaw can end in an Orange County Car Fire Accident.
Injuries Suffered In An Exploding Car Accident
Burn injuries, skin injuries, scarring and disfigurement are typical in a car fire accident. There is the risk of being trapped in the car while the fire burns and possibly causes an explosion. These are the main variation in an exploding car accident compared to a more conventional automobile accident. Any type of car crash can induce injuries such as broken bones, head injuries, back and neck injuries as well as accidental death.
Recovering Physically After The Accident
Burn injuries can take substantially longer to recover from compared to other types of injuries. Severe burn injuries can require multiple corrective surgeries, long term rehabilitation and life skills training. These alone can ruin you financially. Retaining a car accident explosion lawyer will ensure you get what you are entitled to for any compensable injuries.