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Looking For an Experienced Burn Injury Lawyer?

We can help and you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Severe burns are not just terribly painful; they are costly to treat, leaving lasting physical and emotional scars. Therefore, if you suffered severe burn injuries due to the negligence or omissions of another person or party, you deserve justice.

Our attorneys are here to help. They have been providing strong representation for victims of severe injuries for decades and are committed to seeking the highest compensation possible for their clients. They have earned a reputation as an aggressive advocate for clients, and we do not back down, even when faced with complex legal challenges.

Have you suffered from severe burn injuries? Is anyone at fault? 

Contact our experienced and aggressive burn injury lawyers for a free case review at (888) 491-0444.  

Burn injuries are classified by type as well as severity.

Radiation Burns: Caused by radiation from various sources, including sunlight (sunburn), certain forms of cancer treatments, and others.    

In addition, individuals may suffer from friction burns (“road rash”) and cold burns (“frostbite”), which may cause severe injuries, but are technically not burns. However, they are generally treated as such because of their grave and potentially disfiguring nature. Burns are also classified according to their severity.   

First-degree burns: The least severe kind of burn injuries, first-degree burns generally get better by themselves. They may require at-home care, including over-the-counter pain medications and topical ointments. Typically, first-degree burns only involve the upper layers of the skin (epidermis) and can cause redness, localized pain, mild blistering, and scarring.   

Second-degree burns: Considered moderate to severe, second-degree burns affect both the upper and lower layers of the skin (epidermis and dermis, respectively). Victims generally require professional medical care and may experience symptoms ranging from extreme pain to numbness, redness, swelling, blistering, and permanent scarring. 

Third-degree burns: One of the most severe kinds of burn injuries, third-degree burns require immediate medical attention. 

They can damage both the epidermis and dermis and surrounding bones and tissues. As a result, victims can suffer from skin burns, a whitening or blackened skin, numbness, and other severe complications. As with different types of personal injury claims, a burned-injury claim hinges on questions of liability.  

To collect damages, you need to show that another individual or party was responsible for and thus liable for your injuries. In most cases, the causes of your injuries will indicate who is at fault. For instance, if you were severely burned in a condo fire due to faulty property maintenance, your landlord (the property owner) may be liable. On the other hand, if you suffer severe burn injuries from using a defective product, the product maker or distributor might be exposed. Our team of trial lawyers knows how to investigate a claim for an accident to find out what happened and, more importantly, who is responsible.  

Burn Injury Lawyers

Our trial attorneys are prepared to create a complete case describing the full extent of your damages and seeking to hold responsible parties accountable. Contact us today at (888) 491-0444 to learn more in a free, confidential consultation with our experienced burn injury lawyers.  

Dealing with the financial fallout from a severe burn injury is stressful enough. However, it would be best if you did not worry about how you will afford legal representation when you are already facing mounting medical bills and lost wages due to the time taken away from work to recover.  

The attorneys in our nationwide network offer their legal services on a contingency fee basis. This means you will not owe any attorney fees upfront or out-of-pocket when hiring our firm. Instead, we only charge fees if we successfully win a settlement or judgment on your behalf. As a result, discussing your legal rights and options with a team member is no risk.

The Law May Limit The Time You Have To File a Burn Injury Claim

Under the legal rule known as “the statute of limitations,” any claim stemming from a burn injury must be filed within a specific period of time, otherwise, the injured person’s legal claims are barred, and their right to bring suit is lost for all time.

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