If you are suffering from a burn injury or the disability that has resulted from this type of injury, you are enduring one of the most excruciatingly painful experiences one could possibly endure. Even a small burn is painful, but when you have suffered burn(s) to a large portion of your body or a part of your body that has rendered you unable to carry on the normal daily activities due to hospitalization, medical treatment, rehabilitation, surgeries, etc., you deserve to be represented by attorneys who know the law and can work for you to ensure you are receiving the most appropriate medical treatment and compensation for all that you are enduring as the result of the incident, If someone’s neglect or failure to adhere to safety standards has resulted in you suffering through the pain and long recovery of a burn injury, contact us immediately. The lawyers at Freeman and Freeman will assist you in every legal aspect regarding your medical treatment, your recovery, and overall compensation for the pain and suffering, including possible psychiatric impairment, that has resulted from someone’s negligence.
A severe injury of this type leads to a long-term medical treatment plan and recovery plan. The hospitalization periods vary significantly depending on the percentage of your body burned, as well as the degree of the burns. The road to complete recovery is a long one and can take its toll on you physically and mentally, as well as cause financial hardship and undue stress on your family. A burn injury can lead to long-term psychiatric impairment as well that can manifest itself in many ways. Treatments of burns are painful in many ways, both physically and mentally. The scars the burns leave behind are not only on your body, but they are in your mind and may also leave scars on your relationships and/or your family.
You do not have to endure the pain of a burn injury, in addition to the legality of someone’s carelessness or neglect on your own while trying to recover from the injury itself. Contact us to make an appointment to speak with you or your personal representative regarding your legal options. You deserve the best treatment available and you deserve to be fully compensated for the pain and disability you are enduring, or will continue to endure due to permanent disabilities.