At Kasan Law, we represent victims of burn injuries pursue the compensation they deserve for their losses. Burn injuries can leave victims with unpaid medical bills for their treatment and lost wages from the inability to work. Burn injuries can cause victims pain and suffering, leave them disfigured, and cause various other injuries and damages. If a burn injury victim tragically passes away from their injuries, their family and dependents might be eligible to file a legal action and pursue wrongful death damages.
The American Burn Association estimates that burn injuries cause more than 450,000 people to receive medical treatment per year. Burn injuries can require extensive treatment and leave victims and their families financially unstable. In many burn injuries, the aftermath can be financially and physically devastating.
With the assistance of a burn injury lawyer, you might be eligible to recover financial costs to help pay for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering costs. If you or a loved one has suffered burn injuries, our Chicago and Illinois burn injury attorneys are here to assist you through these difficult times.
Burn injuries are among the most severe, painful, and traumatizing of all injuries. The most common forms of accidental fire, burn, and explosion injuries may result from:
Burn injuries range in severity, from mild to severe to sometimes fatal. Common types of burn injuries include:
Generally, burn injuries can be classified as first, second, or third-degree burns, with first degree burns being the least severe and third-degree burns being severe and debilitating.
Just as there are many ways someone might sustain a burn injury, there are many ways in which the resulting burn injury could affect that person’s life. A personal injury attorney can help determine the damages a victim of a burn injury may be entitled to receive. The following are a few of the categories of damages that the victim may obtain:
At Kasan Law, we take all personal injury cases on a contingency basis, which means there are no up-front costs, and you will not pay any legal fees unless you receive compensation. Our consultations are free and carry no obligations.
If you or a loved one has suffered burn injuries due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you may be entitled to receive financial compensation that can bring a family peace of mind and aid the recovery process.
Contact our Chicago and Illinois burn injury attorneys to schedule your free consultation and case review by calling (312) 300-6724, e-mailing us at Info@LawKasan.com, or schedule your consultation online.