Burn injuries can be extreme, needing extensive, on-going care. Painful skin grafts and expensive reconstructive surgery aren’t uncommon. An experienced personal injury attorney will understand The Workers’ Compensation Act. They will also know the long-term impacts to consider in each case.
Burns happen most commonly in the home. But, in the cases of car accidents or work-related burns, we can help. Our attorneys and staff have over 20 years of experience. If you have a burn injury due to the negligence of another, contact our offices. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
Burn injuries in the workplace are a threat to workers and their families. Despite safety measures, workplace burns are a large proportion of reported burns.
The most common workplace burns are thermal, chemical, or electrical burns. According to a study by the National Institutes of Health, industrial plant explosions accounted for most burns. A significant number of patients in this study had chemical burns.
Each year, the U. S. reports 2.4 million personal injuries resulting from burns. Of these 2.4 million burns, 20,000 cover more than 25 percent of the body. Statistics also show that work-related fires and explosions account for more than 5,000 burn injuries.
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Each year millions of accident victims suffer from auto burns in the United States.