Fire & Burn Injuries
Fire and burn injuries affect over one million people annually.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention ranks deaths from fire and burns as the fifth most common cause of unintentional injury deaths in the U.S. It is the third most leading cause of fatal residential fatalities. More than one million burns occur each year.
Not only are the injuries and deaths emotional and draining, but they result in enormous medical costs, significant pain and continuing physical and emotional scarring. Burn injuries and even deaths can occur as a result of car and truck accidents or workplace injuries. Burn injuries can also occur from house fires and workplace accidents involving steam burns, chemical burns, and electrical burns.
Mr. Dowling has handled cases involving significant burn injuries from vehicle fires, residential fires and workplace electrical burn injuries.
Liability for Fire & Burn Injuries
In some cases, individuals or organizations can be held accountable for fire and burn injuries because of negligence. This can include defective product or premises liability. Burns can be caused by various factors, including:
- Electrical accidents
- Automobile accidents
- Gas and fuel explosions
- Hot liquids
- Industrial accidents
The defendants in the litigation can include property owners, business operators, construction firms, building maintenance teams, and manufacturers of defective products.
If you or a loved one sustained personal injuries as a result of a fire or electrocution, you should contact an attorney experienced in fire and burn injuries who will represent you with dedication and tenacity. We encourage you to call David B. Dowling, Esquire (888-660-1646) to schedule a free consultation and analysis of your case. Put your trust in an experience burn injury lawyer like Mr. Dowling.
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