ORLANDO LAWYER EXPLAINS BURN INJURY COMPLICATIONS
Severe burns may lead to serious complications, including blood loss, shock, and bacterial infections, which is quite common. If your burn causes one of these complications, you will need additional treatment, which means more medical bills. Be sure to save all of your documentation related to medical treatment for the initial burn and any complications that follow. A lawyer can take your case and fight for a settlement that covers all of these expenses.
OUR LAWYERS CAN HELP YOU RECOVER COMPENSATION FOR YOUR MEDICAL TREATMENT
There are various degrees of burn injuries, so treatment will depend on the severity of your injuries. Everyone should be familiar with first aid for first degree burns. These burns can easily be treated with cool water, over the counter pain medication, and antibiotic cream to prevent infections. However, if you have a second, third, or fourth degree burn, the treatment is much more intense. Severe burn victims will usually need to be treated by a number of different medical professionals, including surgeons, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and counselors. Some burn victims will also need extensive plastic surgery because of disfigurement caused by the burns. Medical expenses can quickly pile up, and the last thing you need to worry about is how you will pay the bills as you recover from your injuries.
ORLANDO LAW FIRMS CAN DETERMINE LIABILITY IN YOUR BURN INJURY CLAIM
The common types of burn injuries that most people suffer include burns from ovens, open flames, coffee and other hot liquids, and from contact with dangerous chemicals or frayed electrical wires. The manufacturers and distributors of consumer products have a legal obligation to see that their products, if used as intended, are not responsible for skin burns or other burn injuries. Manufacturers and distributors may be held liable if a defective product causes injuries. Under premises liability laws, property owners also have an obligation to keep their properties reasonably safe; that may include installing fire extinguishers, sprinklers, and smoke alarms, and it can also mean displaying exiting instructions where they are clearly seen. Employers also have a responsibility to protect their employees from burns, but unfortunately many burn victims are people who have been injured while on the job. Construction workers are at a high risk of suffering electrical burn injuries, and workers who handle hazardous chemicals are also at risk of becoming burn victims.
Burn injuries can affect you physically and emotionally for years following the accident. If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury because of the negligence of another person, it’s best to contact Horst Law Firm as soon as possible.
IF YOU HAVE SUFFERED BURN INJURIES, CONTACT OUR ORANGE COUNTY LAW FIRM TODAY
Experienced lawyer Robert J. Horst represents victims who have suffered from burn injuries as a result of someone’s negligence in the Orlando area and throughout central Florida. He is fervently dedicated to helping people who have been injured by the negligence of others. If you require burn injury treatment in the state of Florida because someone else was careless, let attorney Robert J. Horst advocate for the reimbursement you need and the justice you deserve.
OUR EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYS IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA CAN HELP YOU MOVE AHEAD AFTER A BURN INJURY
Attorney Robert J. Horst wants to help you get treatment for burns, and he wants to help you get your life back after a burn injury. When you need an experienced Orlando personal injury lawyer to help you resolve complicated legal matters, you’ll also want a personal injury attorney who provides sound advice tailored to your specific problems and goals. Attorney Robert J. Horst represents personal injury victims in cases involving car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, dog bites, spinal cord injuries, defective products, product liability, boating accidents, birth injuries, brain injuries, and slip and fall accidents in Orlando, Kissimmee, Winter Park, St. Cloud, and throughout central Florida. Contact experienced attorney Robert J. Horst by phone at (407) 601-3999, or fill out the online intake form here on our website to schedule a free consultation. If you or someone in your family has sustained a burn injury after an accident, and you require burn care in the greater Orlando area, you may be entitled to compensation, but first you need to file a claim. Don’t wait to make the call and schedule your case evaluation with Robert J. Horst, who has years of experience helping burn injury victims reach the verdicts the deserve. Please contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation with our team of personal injury attorneys.