10,000+ Cases Resolved Throughout the Nation
Residential fires are the leading cause of burn-related deaths and injuries. According to the National Fire Protection Association, fires caused more than $11.7 billion in property damage in 2011, more than 3,000 civilian deaths, and 17,500 civilian injuries. Fires in structures caused $9.7 billion in property damage. This level of property damage roughly translates a fire occurring every 65 seconds. Fires can lead to significant property loss, large medical bills for burn injuries, and even death.
Treatment for burn injuries or fire-related injuries may take years and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. With decades of experience and 10,000+ cases resolved, the personal injury attorneys at Pintas & Mullins know what it takes to help you obtain maximum compensation for your injuries. We have won millions of dollars for our clients throughout the country and travel all over the nation to represent burn injury victims.
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Determining the Cause of a Burn Injury
Besides residential fires, many other causes account for burn injuries. The severity and seriousness of the burn injury depends on how deep the burn is and how large the affected burn area is.
Take a look at other common causes of serious burn injuries:
- Scalding/ Hot Water
- Car Accidents
- Electrical Accidents
- Industrial Accidents
- Gas Explosions
Other common fire-related injuries that may warrant compensation include heat inhalation damage, toxin poisoning damage from systemic toxins, and smoke inhalation damage. Regardless of the type of burn, the damage can be more than just skin-deep. It may also inhibit that person’s quality of life.
Some effects of severe burns can include the following:
- Loss of physical mobility or certain abilities
- Loss of limbs
- Muscle or tissue damage
- Emotional trauma
- Loss of life
Burns are serious and can require years of treatment and therapy. If your burn was due to another’s neglect, don’t hesitate to get help from an experienced Illinois personal injury attorney who can fight on your behalf.
For a free legal consultation with a Burn Injury Lawyer serving nationwide, call (800) 223-5115
Get Nationwide Representation from a Personal Injury Lawyer!
Suffered serious injuries in a fire? Our experienced burn injury lawyers can help. Pintas & Mullins Law Firm can travel to you for free, ensuring you get the knowledgeable and experienced representation you need. We also operate on a contingency fee basis, which means that unless we obtain compensation on your behalf, you don’t pay legal fees.
If you or a loved one has suffered burn injuries, contact Pintas & Mullin at (800) 223-5115. We are ready to listen to your story.