Louisiana Men in Shreveport Hospital with Serious Burn Injuries Following Webster Parish Home Explosion

Two men supposedly cooking fish were rushed to Springhill Medical Center and then to LSU Medical Center’s Burn Unit in Shreveport, Louisiana, with serious burn injuries following an explosion at their Sarepta, Louisiana home on December 29, 2009. Webster Parish Deputies are investigating the true cause of the explosion. According to the United States Fire Administration, 84% of all civilian fire deaths occurred in residences in 2008. Baton Rouge, Louisiana burn injury attorney, Scott Andrews, warns residents to never leave an active cooking appliance unattended, never place hazardous or flammable liquids near a gas hot water heater, and never leave flammable materials near space heaters.

If you or a loved one has sustained serious burn injuries, contact the experienced Baton Rouge, Louisiana burn injury lawyers at Dué Guidry Piedrahita Andrews Courrege L.C.. Email Louisiana injury lawyers or call (225) 929-7481 to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION.