A burn is usually caused by heat, chemicals, radiation, sunlight, and electricity. These different sources can produce varying degrees of damage to the skin and underlying tissue. According to the American Burn Association, 1.1 million burn injuries require medical attention each year.
Most common burns are caused by:
- Automobile Accidents
- Gas and Flammable Liquid Fuel Explosions
- Scalding Hot Water
- Electrical Accidents
- Industrial Accidents
- Gasoline Spills
- Building Fires
- Defective Candles
Seriously burned patients need intense, specialized care to deal with their immediate physical and emotional needs. Once stabilized, they must address the long-term physical and psychological effects of their injuries.
Our firm understands that your immediate goals include paying your medical bills. Make sure you do not suffer financially through any lost wages and your insurance company pays for future treatment relating to the injury.
The first step is to meet with our experienced attorneys and medical team to discuss your situation. We go over the options available to you. Working with insurance companies and other parties involved in your case, we handle all your needs quickly and appropriately.