Have you or a loved one suffered serious burn injuries? If so, you are not alone. In the United States, there are approximately 2.4 million burn injuries reported each year. Burn accident statistics show that at least 50% of all burn accidents could have been prevented. As a burn injury victim, consulting a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after injury can save you a lot of trouble. A burn injury lawyer at Charles Pitman Attorneys at Law can review the circumstances of the incident that led to your injuries, and also, help determine if someone else was responsible for them.
Accidents and Burn Injuries
Burn injuries are a leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States, second only to auto accidents. A burn injury can cause excruciating pain, both at the time of the injury, and during the entire healing process. Extensive reconstructive surgery, skin grafting and physical therapy may be required after a burn injury, and the victim will have to suffer through all of this with the knowledge that permanent disfigurement, disability or also scarring is possible. As a result, burn injuries are often catastrophic, and one of the most expensive injuries to treat . At Charles Pitman Attorneys at Law, we help burn injury victims receive financial compensation that will pay for current and future medical expenses, lost wages, and other out-of-pocket expenses that can be so overwhelming.
Burn injuries may result from:
- Residential fire,
- Construction site accident,
- Auto accident,
- Trucking accident,
- Motorcycle accident,
- Chemical exposure,
- Or other situation where exposed to heat, fire, or dangerous chemicals.
Alabama Burn Injury Lawyers
Sustained serious burn injuries in an accident? Consult Charles Pitman Attorneys at Law today. We are friendly, knowledgeable, and also, offer a free confidential case evaluation to discuss your legal rights and options. So, don’t wait! We look forward to hearing from you.
Contact the experienced burn injury attorneys at Charles Pitman Injury Lawyers to see if you have a case. You can call us toll-free at 256-533-5000, or by completing the form on this page.