If you have recently suffered a burn related injury, or if someone close to you has been injured or killed in a burn related accident, you may have the legal right to obtain compensation. Burn accidents may result in serious injuries or death. Serious burn injuries can permanently negatively impact the victims health and lifestyle. If the burn related injury was caused by someone's error, someone's negligence, a dangerous condition, a design flaw or a manufacturing defect, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, loss of wages and other losses.
According to the National Center for Injury Prevention & Control, in 2001 there were 498,507 unintentional fire & burn injuries and 6,236 fire and burn related deaths.
In 2002, fire departments responded to 401,000 home fires in the United States, which claimed the lives of an estimated 2,670 people (not including firefighters) and injured another 14,050. Approximately 79% of all U.S. fire deaths occurred in homes.
Burn injury personal injury cases are usually complex and expensive. You should always consult a qualified, licensed lawyer. You may contact the sponsoring law firm below to discuss the injury or schedule a free consultation. These personal injury cases are normally handled on a contingency basis. Typically there are no fees unless the lawyer obtains a settlement or award for you.
Where can I get legal advice about my Accident Injury issue or case?
If you have an Accident Injury matter or case and want legal advice for your specific situation, call the law firm below to schedule an initial consultation.
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