Burn Injury Lawsuit and Compensation Help – More Inside

Burn injuries are not only catastrophic, but they can also be excruciatingly painful. Individuals who get burned for whatever reason may have to face a lifetime of permanent scarring as well as severe PTSD that in some cases, doesn’t go away. Burns, however, don’t just happen on their own. Over 90 percent of so-called “accidents” usually happen due to someone else’s negligence. To this end, it is important to ask all the right questions in order to discover what went wrong, and who caused this event. By doing so, you’ll be able to file a legal claim in order to recover money damages to help you rebuild your life. Burns can be expensive to treat, and you may need surgery down the line. As a top burn injury law firm, we don’t see why you should use your own finances to treat your injuries if someone else caused them, and this is where we come in.

Are you looking for a burn injury attorney? The experienced burn injury lawyers at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of experience helping individuals such as you get the justice and compensation you deserve. Please give us a call NOW at (773) 825-3547 so we can take you through the process of filing a burn injury lawsuit in order to recover compensation that will go a long way in helping you take care of your medical needs going forward. What’s more is that we take on cases on contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t charge you a CENT until we’ve recovered compensation on your behalf. The number to call is (773) 825-3547, and consultation is provided at NO COST to you. Serving all burn injury victims and survivors in all 50 states.

Thermal burns refer to any type of skin injury that is due to extreme or excessive amount of heat due to contact with a flame, hot liquid, hot surface or steam. These types of burns aren’t as serious as second or third degree burns, but they must be treated at a specialized burn center.

Here are the different types of thermal burns:

  1. Open Flame Burn

It is estimated that over 40 percent of all burn injuries are due to an open flame. This kind of injury happens when you are exposed to intense heat for a long amount of time. Common areas or scenarios where open flame burns happen include in house fires, in a car accident, as well as camp or forest fires.

  1. Flash Burn

These types of injuries happen due to the explosion of a flammable liquid such as propane, gasoline, or natural gas. The heat from this kind of fire is undoubtedly intense, but it only lasts for a short amount of time. In this kind of injury, the neck, head and other extremities are affected, and second-degree burns are common on the victim’s skin. These injuries are also prone to infection, and can be very painful due to the concentration of nerve endings in extremities.

  1. Contact Burn

This type of fire injury happens when your skin is in close contact with something like coals, plastic, metal or glass. This can be in the form of a kitchen cooker or a wood-burning fireplace, or a heated implement at a metalworking factory. These kinds of burns affect an isolated part of the body, but they penetrate the skin deeply.

Burn Injury Lawsuit and Compensation Help – Call Us Today!

If you’ve been injured by a fire that you believe was started due to someone else’s negligence, please give us a call at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you find justice as well as get compensated.