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Georgia Tech Student Dies After Explosion Accident

Thousands of people live in apartments in Atlanta. Unfortunately, this also lends itself to a variety of hazards that can cause serious injury and even death in extreme cases. There are a number of reasons that this can happen, but there is always the potential for a monetary settlement that can at least in part make up for the damage.

A Georgia Tech recently perished tragically when an explosion happened inside of his Midtown apartment. The police department didn’t believe there was any wrongdoing leading up to the explosion, but they know for sure that it was severe enough to leave the student with third degree burns on over 90 percent of his body as a result of the Molotov cocktail supplies that were found at the scene of the incident.

After several weeks in the hospital, the student tragically died as a result of his burns and organ failure. This leaves his family grieving and searching for more answers. In order to alleviate some of their stress, it will be important to have a professional by your side that can guide you through the legal system and help you do it with as little stress as possible.

Doing that will require a high quality attorney like one from the Stokes law firm in Atlanta. They have the right kind of knowledge and experience that will make sure you can rest easy while they fight the good fight and make sure you receive ever dime that you are owed as a result of the death of your loved on. If you have a family member that has been a victim of a similar incident, don’t hesitate to make an appointment today.

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