Corn Mill Explosion Leaves at Least One Dead, 11 Injured in Central Wisconsin

 In Personal Injury Blog

ExplosionThe central Wisconsin town of Cambria was rocked on May 31, 2017 following a corn milling plant explosion that left at least one person dead and eleven more injured.  Two other workers are reportedly still missing.

During a press conference the following morning, Columbia County Sheriff Dennis Richards said that at least 16 employees were working at the Didion Milling plant when the explosion occurred at approximately 11 p.m.

The resulting fire, which has since been contained, destroyed a three- to four-story structure within the plant. The mill processes corn and corn byproducts for ethanol plants, and it runs 24 hours a day.

The cause of the explosion is unknown at this time.

Industrial explosions are rarely simple cases, either legally or factually. They demand comprehensive knowledge not only of the applicable law, but also of the industry. These large multi-million-dollar companies have vast resources available to fight these cases, and years of experience doing so, all to make sure that they pay the injured as little as possible. Multiple parties may also be involved, and the failure to identify and pursue the responsible parties in a timely fashion could forever bar an injured person from obtaining the financial compensation he or she deserves.

For all these reasons, you should be careful to choose an attorney with experience in these types of cases, like the catastrophic injury specialists at GWC Injury Lawyers.

The GWC law firm, based in Chicago, Illinois, is more than a Chicago law firm. The partners represent catastrophic injury victims around the country and have achieved amazing results for their clients. The most recent cases include an $8 million result in Boulder, Colorado for a client who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a truck-to-truck collision, a confidential settlement in a wrongful death auto accident case in Philadelphia, and six Illinois cases for $13.75 million (TBI), $10 million (TBI), $8.8 million (construction death), $6.25 million (construction TBI), $6 million (bus-pedestrian foot injury), and $4.3 million (construction fractures).

If you or a loved one is in need of excellent legal representation for a serious injury case, call Louis C. Cairo or Colin O’Malley at (312) 464-1234 or click here to chat with one of our representatives today.

 

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