Burn Injuries

Our personal injury attorney knows that burn injuries can occur anywhere, including residences, public places and venues, and workplaces, which typically means there is more than one party that can be held liable for each of our client’s claims.
The life-changing nature of fires, explosions, chemicals, electrocution and burn injuries require extended medical care, rehabilitation, and therapy needs that can leave our clients out of work for months or even years, jeopardizing their livelihoods and futures.
Our experienced personal injury law firm provides the legal representation our clients need to pursue the necessary compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering, and permanent damages our clients sustained because of another person or party’s negligence.
We can do the same for you and your family, starting with a free legal consultation.
The Centers for Disease Control reported that nearly two million people suffer significant burn injuries throughout the United States each year.

What is more, across the country each year:
• Approximately one million burn victims will require immediate medical care
• Just over 50,000 burn injury, victims require hospitalization
• Nearly4,500 adults and children die each year from direct burn injuries
• On average, 10,000 people lose their lives to burn-related infections

The most common types of burns and injury percentages across the U.S. include:
• Fire or Flame Injuries: 43%
• Scalding Injuries: 34%
• Contact Injuries: 9%
• Electrical Injuries: 4%
• Chemical Injuries: 3%
• Other Types of Burn Injuries: 7%

If you or someone you love has suffered from burn injuries in a private, public, or employment environment, contact our skilled burn injury attorney in Houston today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your complete financial recovery needs.
Fires, burns, explosions, exposure to chemicals, and electrocutions can occur anywhere negligence is a factor, and when they do, our residents are often permanently injured from the dangerous circumstances.

Some of the most common causes of burn injuries include, but are not limited to:
• Chemical Fires
• Construction Accidents
• Contact with Hot Glass, Metal, Liquids, or Steam
• Electrocutions
• Fireworks
• Car Accidents
• Motorcycle Crashes
• Workplace Accidents
• Premises Liability
• Petroleum Transport Accidents
• Plant Explosions

Fire and burn injuries often require our clients to pursue extended medical care that changes their lives going forward, and we want to help them return to the quality of life they enjoyed before the accident occurred.
If you have been injured in a fire and suffered burn injuries, we can help you pursue the negligent party that caused your accident for your full financial recovery, starting with a free consultation.
Burn injuries affect each of our clients differently and may require varying lengths and types of care that must be accounted for before pursuing the negligent party’s insurance company for their full financial recovery.

That may include seeking compensation for:
• Specialized medical care
• Surgeries
• Rehabilitation and pain therapy
• Skin grafting and follow-up procedures
• Infection management
• Long-term medical device and prescription costs
• Extended time away from work resulting in lost wages or benefits
• Diminished future working capacity
• Loss of mobility
• Disfigurement and scarring
• Temporary or permanent disabilities
• Lifelong physical and emotional disabilities

If you suffered burn injuries on public, private, or work property in contact our law office today to schedule a free consultation by calling (310) 846-1709 to discuss your case to learn more about how we can help you pursue the complete financial recovery compensation you need to get your life back.