If you have suffered burns due to someone's negligence, it's in your best interest to contact an attorney who has handled burn injury cases. Severe burn injuries are not only painful, but they can also lead to even more devastating permanent conditions, limitations, and emotional trauma.
Burns happen in different ways. Some of the most common types of burns are:
All types of burns can happen as the result of an accident. However, negligence on someone's part can also be the cause for any of the above. When that is the case, you may be able to file a personal injury or premises liability claim.
When you suffer severe burn injuries, there's a high likelihood that you will go on to sustain serious, costly, and long-term health issues as well. Some of the complications that serious burn injuries can cause are:
According to the American Burn Association (ABA), there are more than 450,000 serious burn injuries in the U.S. every year. Here are the most common causes of burn injuries:
At Ross Feller Casey, we understand that the pain and suffering you go through following a burn injury can only be made worse by lost income, medical debt, loss of companionship, and the upheaval of your entire life. You may also be dealing with your employer or insurance companies trying to get out of paying you what you deserve. We want to protect your rights and fight for the financial compensation you are entitled to.
Ross Feller Casey, one of the nation’s top catastrophic personal injury law firms, has the resources and expertise to help you with your burn injury claim. Our attorneys have helped burn victims like you prove negligence, win cases, and get paid large settlements and verdicts. Contact our office today for a free initial case evaluation. We handle cases on contingency, which means you owe nothing until we win your case.
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