Plant Explosion in Southern France

One person was killed, another seriously burned and three individuals were injured as the result of a nuclear plant explosion in southern France.  Those injured by the explosion were not contaminated with radiation.

The explosion took place in an oven used to melt radioactive metallic waste, but the cause has yet to be determined. No leaks outside of the site have been reported.

Regardless of where a plant explosion occurs, unfortunately people can suffer catastrophic injuries or even death. The industrial accident attorneys at Pope & Howard, P.C. have extensive experience representing the victims of industrial accidents. Victims who survive these accidents can have their lives impacted in many ways, including:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Permanent burn injuries
  • Expensive medical bills
  • Lost income due to an inability to work
  • Intense emotional distress

Pope & Howard, P.C. understand how complex industrial cases work, and have the knowledge to navigate the complex relationship between worker’s compensation and industrial accident litigation.

If you or someone you know has been injured or killed in an industrial accident, please contactPope & Howard, P.C. at 404-885-9999. You can also visit our website, popehoward.com, for more information.

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