Car explosions aren’t limited to movies and on the big screen. It’s a type of vehicle or car accident that can happen on the highway or when a car is stationed. However, it’s a rare occurrence, as cars, in and of themselves, will not explode because there are no things that are naturally explosive in a typical car. It can be caused if certain things go wrong in a car, and its effect can be devastating. A car explosion can lead to personal injury, loss of property, and life, amongst other things.
What can make a car explode?
As opposed to seeing even the littlest things cause a car explosion in movies, a car won’t explode due to a bullet scratch or a collision. It can ultimately explode if an explosive device triggers such action, i.e., cars rarely explode without an explosive in the picture.
Nevertheless, when a car explodes, it can be caused by a reaction referred to as BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosion.) by safety experts. When a pressured liquid inside a vessel reaches temperatures beyond its boiling point, BLEVE occurs. A mechanical failure caused by the vessel’s inability to hold up the pressure inside the tank due to high temperatures will result in an explosion. Natural gas and propane cars usually have a worse problem with this.
How can legal animation demonstrate a car explosion?
Legal animation has been used in thousands of cases in and outside the court. Hence, it’s not a strange occurrence to seek legal animation to illustrate a case involving a car explosion.
When a car explosion leads to a death or an injury, the services of a personal injury lawyer or a wrongful death lawyer should be employed to help determine how best to get settlements and from who.
In a bid to further strengthen their positions, these attorneys can work with safety experts to determine the cause of the car explosion. If the explosion results from a common cause of explosion like BLEVE, legal animation can be used to illustrate the chemical and mechanical reactions that happened in a car.