CAI Plant Explosion
CAI Plant Explosion Victim Lawsuits
CAI Plant Explosion | Lawsuits, Lawyers | Injury, Burns, Property Damages, Business Interruption | Chemical Exposure, Toxins, Solvents
An explosion at a plant in Danvers, Massachusetts that makes solvents and inks caused injuries and property damage. The explosion was at a plant owned by CAI Inc., a privately owned company, and was felt over 20 miles away. Early reports have stated that about 90 homes were damaged, many of which were destroyed, and at least 10 injuries.
Parker & Waichman, LLP is evaluating claims involving:
- Personal Injury
- Property Damage
- Business Interruption
Preliminary tests showed a low level of toluene, a solvent, but no significant dangers. Runoff from water used by fire fighters left a purple sheen on the nearby river, and water tests were being conducted. Utilities were out across the neighborhood surrounding the plant, and town officials canceled school for the day. Some residents who tried to drive out found their cars were stuck because their garage doors had been blown off the rails.
Legal Help For Victims Affected By CAI Plant Explosion
If you or a loved one were injured or suffered property damage in the CAI plant explosion in Danvers, Massachusetts, you may have valuable legal rights. Contact Parker & Waichman, LLP today for a free case evaluation or call us at 1-800-LAW-INFO (1-800-529-4636).