When people have burn injuries, they suffer from tissue damage. Severe burns may be categorized as third or fourth-degree burns involving damaged bones, muscles, and tissue. Although 1st-degree burns are minor and often do not require medical attention, approximately half a million people in the U.S. need medical attention for burns annually.
Identifying the most common burn injuries and their causes can help you take steps to avoid burn injuries. However, suppose you do suffer a burn injury. In that case, a burn injury attorney can explain if you could qualify to receive compensation for your injury.
How can a catastrophic injury attorney help you after a burn injury?
A catastrophic injury attorney can prepare your case while you recover from your burn injuries. Your legal team will collect evidence, talk to witnesses, and build a compelling case to get you fair compensation after a burn injury.
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