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Our Law Firm has 15 years of experience taking on Burn Injury Claims in Arizona. Our skilled, resourceful, and experienced Phoenix burn injury claim attorneys are here to use the full extent of law to get you the justice you deserve.
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We have been representing individuals and families across Arizona and truly care about helping the injured and wronged seek justice. A Phoenix burn injury lawyer at our firm can talk to you about who may be responsible and how to proceed with a claim.
A serious burn, like any catastrophic injury, can leave wounds that are far more than skin deep. You may suffer from lasting psychological trauma associated with the incident itself and resulting scars or disabilities. You may be unable to return to work in the same field, or may be unable to work at all. Medical bills will pile up. In a seemingly helpless situation, it can be difficult to know where to turn and how to recover the money you need to face a more stable future.
For the answers and insight you need, call (602) 603-4032 or contact us online. Your consultation is free!
What Causes Burn Injuries?
Severe burns may be caused by exposure to heat, hot water, chemicals, fire, or electricity. These are extremely serious injuries because they can affect not only the skin but the underlying tissue. Some third degree burns may cause damage to muscle tissue, nerves, and even bone. Dehydration and infection are also concerns, making immediate treatment essential.
We can help with burn injury claims involving:
- Fires and explosions
- Exposure to chemicals
- Exposure to radiation
- Electrical burns
- Hot water scalding/burns
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Boating accidents
Different Types of Burns in Burn Injury Claims in Arizona
Burn injuries, whether due to exposure to hazardous chemicals, extreme heat (hot metal, boiling water, steam, etc. in an industrial facility), high voltage (e.g. at a construction site), radiation (e.g. exposure to ultraviolet light from a tanning bed), etc. or inhalation of toxic fumes can range in severity.
Such injuries are often classified as first, second, third, or fourth degree burns. First degree burns are least severe. Fourth degree burns are often very severe.
First degree burn injuries are typically characterized by red skin. The affected area is sensitive to touch. There may be some tissue damage as well which doesn’t penetrate the skin surface.
In case of second degree burn injuries, hair follicles & sweet glands may be affected along with skin tissues. Second degree burn injuries often require immediate medical care. In absence of prompt medical treatment, they may progress into third degree burns.
Third degree burn injuries are characterized by charred skin. Due to extensive tissue damage in this case, third degree burns take longer to heal. Such burn injuries may also result in long-term scars.
Fourth degree burn injuries are characterized by serious damage to skin tissues, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and even bones. Such injuries are very serious and require immediate hospitalization. Fourth degree burns can lead to permanent scarring, amputation, and even death.
Burn injuries are traumatic enough. But, they can also leave you in a financial crisis. If you have reason to believe that you have suffered burn injuries in Arizona due to someone’s (an individual or an entity) legal fault, you may be able to secure compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain & suffering, and other losses due to the fire accident.
Family members, dependents and estate representatives of burn victims who passed away in fire accidents may pursue wrongful death damages in Arizona.For specific information on your case – how you can pursue a personal injury claim or bring a lawsuit against the at-fault parties – please speak with one of our burn injury attorneys in Arizona at (602) 603-4032. Our team of personal injury attorneys at Maria Jones Law Firm is available 24/7 to assist you.
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Maria Jones Law Firm represents clients throughout Arizona from our offices in Tucson and Phoenix. Our burn injury attorneys know you have already been through a lot, and we are here to support and assist you.
The effects of serious burn injuries can be long-lasting and often, life-threatening. Many victims suffer due to chronic pain, infections, and even amputation.
If you have reasons to believe that there’s another party responsible for this trauma, our Phoenix burn injuries attorneys may be able to pursue your claim.
Our legal counsel can make all the difference in your ability to recover a timely, fair settlement or award.
The compensation following a successful burn injury claim in Arizona may cover damages including the cost of past & present medical treatment & rehabilitation, lost wages & inability to generate future income, disfigurement, physical pain, mental trauma, etc. depending upon the severity of the injuries and the burn incident.
For trustworthy counsel from our experienced personal injury attorneys, call (602) 603-4032.
You don’t pay us anything for our services until we help secure the compensation you deserve. Our Phoenix burn injuries claim attorneys take on your case on a contingency basis.
We provide individualized attention to each one of our clients. We understand that you need to focus on your physical & mental healing. So, our team will do all the legwork, including investigating the cause of burn injuries, identifying the at-fault parties, and pursuing a personal injury claim.