When someone sustains a burn injury in Chicago, it can have a significant impact on that person’s life. A burn injury can leave a victim in a lot of pain, permanently disfigured, partially disabled, or completely disabled. The injury could be so severe that the victim can no longer work or support themselves or their family in the same way that they did before suffering the burn injury. Not only that, but the medical expenses associated with treating a burn injury, and the possible and likely complications that may arise while the burn injury is healing, can leave a burn victim and their family with extensive medical bills – regardless of whether the victim has health insurance.
At Arami Law Office, we understand the pain and frustration you are feeling as a burn victim. We are dedicated to helping our clients who have suffered heinous and painful burn injuries recovery monetary compensation for their injuries, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. You can count on us to assist you with you burn injury claim. Let us put our experience of handling burn victim cases to work for you. Contact us today so that we can get to work developing your strongest possible case so that we can help you seek the maximum possible recovery you due.
When a victim suffers burn injuries as a result of the negligence of another, or as the result of a defective product, the victim may be eligible to seek financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. Burn victims can receive past and future medical expenses, lost wages, and other compensation for pain and suffering as damages from those who are liable for causing the burn injuries to occur in first place.
The American Burn Association has reported that there are more than 486,000 patients who receive medical care for burn injuries in the U.S. each year. More than 40,000 burn injury victims are admitted to hospitals and hospital burn centers annually in the United States. A victim can suffer a burn injury for any number of reasons. Some of the most common causes of burn injuries include:
Burn injuries are serious injuries regardless of how they were sustained. Burn injuries are classified based on the extent of the damage sustained to the burned skin or tissue. These classes are first-degree, second-degree, and third-degree burns, which are ordered based on increasing severity.
If you or someone you love has suffered burn injuries due to the negligence of another, it is important that you hold those who are liable to you accountable for their negligence. The attorneys at Arami Law Office have worked diligently on behalf of burn injury victims in and around Chicago, and we can help you too. If you have been injured, contact us today for a free consultation.
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