Skip to main content
Only Pay If We Win
(855) 339-8879

Electronic Vehicle Car Charger Fire Accident Attorney

Electronic Vehicle Car Charger Fire Accident Attorney lawsuit lawyer incident battery lithium ion

Electric cars are all the rage, from people intent on saving the planet, to others interested in reducing their carbon footprint. The technology is soaring right now, with the use of Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries in cars, as the component used to charge the car battery. This technology is not new, but it is newly used as mass produced in cars, with over 40 models of cars using Li-ion batteries in their vehicles. The Li-ion battery is dangerous for a number of reasons, and the use of these batteries will be the reason for many car fires and possible worse consequences, resulting in great personal injuries for people who own electronic vehicles (EVs).

Lithium-ion Batteries Are Just Dangerous, Period!

Li-ion batteries need to be charged to be able to run in an EV. The Li-ion battery is charged on your home garage EV charger, if you are out at a charging station, or in a parking garage. The use of Li-ion batteries for vehicles is a technological innovation, but these batteries are highly dangerous and highly explosive. We will need to put on our Physics Teacher hat on for a few minutes here, to understand the serious nature of using these batteries and car charger use in EVs.

EVs run on Li-ion batteries, and there is a great risk of electrochemical failure, accidental ignition of the flammable electric solvents in the Li-ion battery system and the high-voltage factors present that can hurt a driver and passenger if there was a crash with this vehicle, or if it is overcharged at the charging station. There is also a risk of fire with the car charger use in a home or parking garage. At the time of an over charging of the battery or in a crash, the high voltage can short circuit the Li-ion battery, creating a highly explosive thermal event and high voltage exposure to the inhabitants of the vehicle. Now it is time for you to put on your Physics Teacher hat.

How Do Li-ion Batteries and Li-ion Home and Garage Chargers Work?

The Li-ion battery is made up of lithium and component parts. An electrical current flows into the EV battery, with separators that channel the flow of ions, to move positive charged ions from an anode to a cathode. This movement uses energy in the battery, and the Li-ion battery then turns around and recharges itself, for a constant source of power. When there is an over charging of the LI-ion battery, or a car crash or accident with an EV, the car Li-ion battery which is already hot can get overheated, short circuit and start to decompose the electrodes.

Going further, it is the case that when the battery is over charged, the electrodes dissolve. Then, it triggers a flammable hydrocarbon gas, melting the polymer separator which basically can explode. The electrode then releases oxygen, and voila, oxygen onto an explosion fire creates a more powerful blast. This is called thermal runaway. If you are nearby to a charging station in your house garage or in a parking garage, or are stuck in a fire in an EV, you need extra help. The fire department has to know how to put out this type of highly flammable blaze.

An EV battery in a car crash is unstable, and the battery needs to be deactivated, before it can:

  • Leak and spill
  • Explode
  • Ignite
  • Generate intense heat and energy
  • Produce highly toxic gasses
  • Produce highly toxic fumes

As a final word on the mechanics of Li-ion battery vehicles, when a gas-powered car hits another car in an accident, it crumples the frame and the car engine dies. When an Li-ion battery EV hits another car in an accident, there is a high likelihood that the car will explode and burst into highly toxic chemically based flames and lethal gases.

Our Latest Settlements

$1.96 Million

Pedestrian Accident

$1.4 MIllion

Dog Bite


Shoulder Injury


Slip and Fall Injury


Premises Liability


Back Injury


Back Injury


Head Trauma

“Help, I Was Injured by a Lithium-Ion Battery While Charging my Electric Vehicle in My Garage!”

When you have experienced massive burn injuries from an explosion and accompanying fire from a Li-ion battery, you need a lawyer who is an expert in this field to initiate a lawsuit for you. The people at fault for this loss will include whoever installed the charger in your home, the manufacturer of the Li-ion battery and charging dock system, the manufacturer of any accompanying parts, or the owner of the property where you charged the EV Li-ion battery in public.

We are versed on this type of claim, and are ready to take your calls right now when you have been personally injured as a result of these types of explosions or serious fires. Your attorney needs to know what to do in this case with an exploding Li-ion battery charger, and we are the attorneys to fit that bill. We are ready to help you to file a lawsuit on the merits filed on your behalf, and we can walk you through the next steps in this case.

We have to ask you a very important question: Why wouldn’t you want a lawyer with experience in EV battery explosions, to help you on this case? We have an attorney with expertise in EV battery charging explosions and fires, and we can be at your side through this whole process, but only if you give us a call.

Zero Fee Guarantee

We will talk to you about your case right when you call and make an appointment to converse with us. At no time will we ask for any money up front, and you have our word on that. We make a promise to you to win your lawsuit. We are here to give you peace of mind, and your peace will start the moment you call us.

Electronic Vehicle Car Charger Fire Accident Attorney lawsuit lawyer incident battery lithium ion sue

Free Second Opinion

If you call us today for a free second opinion, we are able to offer to you a no risk free second opinion. You are eligible for the free second opinion at any time, and we are here to explain it to you whenever you have additional questions on your case.

Can I Sue for an Electric Car Battery Charger Catching Fire or Exploding?

Yes, we can sue when you are personally injured from an electric car battery charger explodes or catches fire, causing you personal injuries in the result. Just call our Los Angeles case lawyers. We are here for you, and can file a lawsuit on your behalf in this claim. Don’t you want to be on the winning side of this type of claim for damages and personal losses? Just call our case attorneys in Los Angeles, we are here for you every step of the way.

Call for a Free Consultation

We specialize in attorneys who understand what you want, and that is to win your case, and get back the money you need to pay your mounting medical bills. We want you to be on our winning team. But that can only happen for you if you give us a call today for a free consultation. We won’t know about your potential claims for your EV charger explosion and fire, unless you call and talk to us about it today. Just give us a call, and we will be there for you in your time of need, and will get you the money you need on an electronic car charger fire or explosion with personal injuries.

Over $1 BILLION Recovered
for Our Clients

Learn More

YOU Deserve the Best

Free Case Review 24/7
You Don’t Pay unless we win
Call (855) 339-8879

  • +1
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

By submitting this form, you agree to receive telephone calls and text messages at anytime, which include hours outside of business hours (8:00 am PST – 9:00 pm PST). This is so that we may reach you as soon as possible in order to consult on your potential case.

ultimate guide uber lyft accidents

Featured Lawyers


Steven Ross, Esq.

edward morgan

Edward Morgan, Esq.

Amy Gomez

Bonnie Madani, Esq.

Nina Sargsyan, Esq.

Jeffrey Bloeser, Esq.


YOU Deserve the Best
Free Case Review 24/7
Call 855.339.8879

"*" indicates required fields

By submitting this form, you agree to receive telephone calls and text messages at anytime, which include hours outside of business hours (8:00 am PST – 9:00 pm PST). This is so that we may reach you as soon as possible in order to consult on your potential case.