Burn Injuries

According to the American Burn Association, each year in the United States 1.1 million burn injuries require medical attention. A burn is defined as tissue damage caused by a variety of agents, such as heat or chemicals. Common causes include:
  • Motor vehicle and boating accidents
  • Gas and other Flammable Liquid Fuel Explosions
  • Electrical Accidents  (Workers' Compensation)
  • Building Fires
  • Lighters and Matches
Seriously burned patients require focused and expert care to deal with the long-term physical and psychological effects of their injuries. Our firm understands that your goals or those of a loved one after going through such trauma are to get medical bills paid and covered, limit financial suffering through lost wages, ensure payment for future treatment, and secure fair and full compensation from the at-fault party for pain & suffering and economic losses.

Our law firm has been successfully assisting clients with these important issues for more than 25 years. We know how to prove fault and where to look for the sources of compensation, so that our clients are fairly and fully compensated for their significant losses.

We invite you to contact us at 305-758-4900 to learn your rights.