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West Palm Beach Burn/Fire Injury Resources

Although burn injuries might be relatively uncommon, they are a serious matter and can exert an enormous physical, mental, and financial hardship. According to the American Burn Association, nearly 450,000 people are hospitalized with severe burn injuries every year, and burn injuries can result in a lifetime of chronic medical issues. 
Have you or a loved one been subjected to burns or fire-related injuries due to another’s negligence? If so, then you may be entitled to financial compensation. If a negligent party fully or partially caused the underlying event that caused the injuries, they may be legally required to compensate the affected party. Contact Elstein Legal today at (305) 299-2835 to schedule a free case evaluation.

Most Common Types of Burn/Fire Accidents

Some of the more common types of burn accidents include:

  • Cookings fires: Dangerous kitchen products cause thousands of kitchen fires and injuries every year. 
  • Building fires: Buildings can catch on fire for all kinds of reasons, including faulty wiring, poor ventilation, gas leaks, cigarettes, and more. 
  • Car fires: Fire injury is a common component of car accidents. Like injuries from car accidents, burn injuries from a car accident can be caused by individual negligence or negligence on the part of the company that made the car parts that caused the burn. 

West Palm Beach Burn Injury Classifications

Burn injuries are classified according to their degree. The higher the degree, the more severe the burn injury. First-degree burns are the least serious and result in redness and irritation of the skin’s top layer. Second-degree burns involve scarring and blistering the top and underlying layers of skin and are more serious than first-degree burns. Third and fourth-degree burns are the most severe and involve damage to all layers of the skin. Third and fourth-degree burns usually require skin grafts and cause permanent scarring and disfigurement. 

Burn injuries also affect more than the skin. Severe burns can cause organ failure, respiratory problems, nerve damage, and circulation problems. They are also known for the extreme pain and suffering they cause. 

Burn injuries take an extensive physical, emotional, and financial toll. The costs of dealing with severe burn injuries can be high and include therapy procedures, skin grafts, surgery, medication, and rehabilitation. These costs can incur a large financial drain. A burn injury lawsuit could compensate you for these losses and any other expenses that insurance will not cost.

Why Choose Elstein Legal?

Burn injuries can have lifetime consequences resulting in medical bills, physical pain, emotional distress, and more. If your burn injury hardship was caused by negligence in any form, you might be entitled to financial compensation on the part of a neglectful individual or company. Elstein Legal is dedicated to protecting our clients when another’s negligence harms them. Call us today at (305) 299-2835 to schedule a free case evaluation.

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