Burn Injuries can ultimately require significant medical treatment. Burns can occur when your body’s tissues have direct contact with radiation, heat, sunlight, or electricity. A burn can be the result of steam, fires, or hot liquids. If you received a burn as a result of negligence, it is necessary to consult an attorney.
In order to receive compensation for your burn, you must prove that the person who caused the burn was acting in a careless manner. You must establish that the defendant did not meet the standard to provide a duty of care. You must then prove that the defendant’s breach was ultimately the direct cause of the injury you sustained.
You must also provide evidence for the injuries you sustained to receive compensation. A burn injury often leaves physical wounds and may sometimes even result in hospitalization. Burns may also leave scars as a reminder of the pain that a burn victim has endured. For this reason, a burn victim may be able to recover compensation for damages such as lost wages, physical therapy, and medical expenses. A loved one of the burn victim may also be able to receive compensation if they lost their loved one’s companionship as a result of the burn injury.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a burn injury, you may be able to receive compensation. To discuss your burn injury case today, contact us. We will help evaluate your case to make sure you receive the full compensation you deserve.