Personal Injury Lawyer Brock for Burn Injuries
The Law Offices of Burg & Brock has a personal injury lawyer that can represent you for any type of injury you wrongfully received. He has experience in vehicle accidents, wrongful deaths, brain and spinal injuries, slips and falls, product liability, serious injuries, dog bites, motorcycle accidents and burn injuries.
There’s no doubt about it, injuries from burns are extremely painful and, in the worst cases, permanently disabling and/or disfiguring. While it is impossible to say whether or not a particular incident is legally actionable until consulting a qualified attorney, the following types of burns often have legal ramifications if due to the negligence of a person or organization.
- Electrical Burns
Contact with high voltage electricity can result in extremely severe and painful burn injuries. Since electricity is all around us, particularly in industrial settings, this is very real danger to many of us.
- Injuries Caused by clothing catching fire
The Flammable Fabrics Act sought to reduced injuries by forcing clothing manufacturers to make clothing slower burning so that there would be at least some time to extinguish a fire before serious injury resulted, If clothing is found not to be up to legal standards, legal action may be called for..
- Thermal Burns
This is a catch all term for just about anything that may be hot, including steam and open flames.
- Car Fires
Collisions, maintenance issues, and other incidents can cause these tremendous blazes. Our motorcycle accident attorney in Los Angeles can assist those who were driving cars or riding motorcycles during this occurrence.
- Chemical Burns
Strong chemicals, including dangerous alkaloids and acids, can cause some of the worst and most disfiguring of burns. Companies and individuals that do not store these products safely may well be legally liable.
In court case, the skill of your legal representation is completely central to your success or failure. A burn or head injury lawyer from Burg & Brock, can make all the difference.