NEW YORK CITY
BURN INJURY LAWYER
While most people think of burn injuries as being related to fire other factors such as radiation, heat, chemicals and electricity may also cause burn injuries too. A person may suffer a thermal burn from boiling water or a chemical burn from acid. Radiation burns result from overexposure to UV lamps and electrical burns result from electrical shocks.
All burns are classified by degrees – first degree, second degree, third degree, fourth degree, fifth and sixth degree burns, which refer to the depth of tissue damage involved. First-degree burns usually involve damage to the outer skin layer and heal rapidly. Second-degree burns cause damage to the outer and inner layers of skin and third-degree burns cause significant damage to blood vessels and muscles.
Fourth-degree burns have gone right through the skin into muscles and tendons and have resulted in charring and extreme damage to the hypodermis, usually requiring skin grafting. Fifth-degree burns indicate the hypodermis is completely gone and the ligaments, muscles, tendons and bones may be damaged. Sixth-degree burns are frequently fatal and often burn the bones. If a victim survives this level of suffering, they may face amputation.
A serious burn injuries often require skin grafts, reconstructive surgery, and a period of physical therapy. In the end, the financial impact of a burn injury can be quite substantial, not to mention the pain and suffering involved.
If your or any of your loved one has involved in burn injury incident by negligence of someone else, you need a Skilled, Knowledgeable and a Compassionate lawyer on your side because there is almost always a large, well-financed insurance company that will inevitably step in to defend and financially protect the wrongdoer who becomes the defendant in any lawsuit which must be brought. These insurance companies have one goal which is to pay you nothing at all or pay you as little as possible once you have decided to assert your claim. It is for this reason that we encourage you to contact Munawar & Hashmat, LLP (‘Mlawfirm’) immediately, we are available 24/7 and we will answer all your questions FREE of charge. Call us at (212)-400-4000 or email at email@example.com
Property Owner Liability and Product Defects in Fire-Related Accidents
Retailers, hotels, or apartment are liable for burn injuries and deaths that occur due to blocked fire exits or building code violations involved in a fire. Sprinkler systems that don’t work, lack of smoke detectors, or an absence of clearly marked fire exits may create additional liability for property owners. when it’s clear these dangers were ignored. Similarly, manufacturers can be held liable when there’s clear evidence that a smoke detector failed to work or a sprinkler system malfunctioned.
Working with fire investigators and other experts, our attorneys determine what caused a fire or explosion in order to hold those responsible accountable for our client’s burn injuries.
It’s important to begin an investigation into a fire, explosion, or chemical spill as soon as possible after an accident. Not only is it important for collecting physical evidence, but also for collecting eyewitness testimony before people forget important details surrounding an accident.
Our attorneys have substantial experience, legal knowledge and courtroom skills to handle these kind of cases, highlight of our firm is that we are Trial Law Firm that means we prepare every case as if it going to trial. Due to the passion, hard work, resources and investigation we invest in every case, we are confident that we can make the future brighter for our clients.
If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury due to the negligence of others or at work, you may be entitled to monetary compensation. Mlawfirm represents all kinds of burn injury clients in Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island, Nassau county, Suffolk county and throughout New York State. Contact us immediately for FREE CONSULTATION at FREE CONSULTATION at 212-400-4000 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.