Severe traumatic burn injuries occur in industrial accidents, work related accidents, drum explosions, defective products, motor vehicle accidents, electrical fires and landlord negligence related fires. The latest data made available by the United States Fire Administration find that burns account for about 30 percent of fire related deaths and injuries. Fire injures 40,000 children under the age of 14 annually, and kills 500. Burn injuries can be unbearably painful and debilitating.
Severe burns may result in death or severe disfigurement and often involve a future of multiple major surgeries and scarring. Burn victims and their loved ones may experience a tremendous financial burden related to medical costs and loss of present and future income.
Victims of severe burn injuries often experience Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome and need professional competent mental health assistance. At the time of the injury, burn victims experience both physical and emotional trauma. Next is a prolonged course of treatment that presents another level of difficulty to the victim and their family members.
It is critical that burn injury victims and their families surround themselves with knowledgeable, experienced and caring professionals to help them through what may be the most difficult time of their lives thus far. This includes not only specialized physicians and medical providers but also who is chosen for legal counsel. The Grossman Law Firm, LLC provides compassionate, knowledgeable, personal and experienced representation to burn injury victims and their families.
NJ Burn Injury Attorneys
If you or your loved one has been a victim of a severe burn injury, or are the survivor loved one of a burn, fire, smoke inhalation or explosion related fatality, then you may be entitled to damages in New Jersey including medical care, lost wages and other compensation. Contact the Grossman Law Firm, LLC today at (732) 943-0383. We represent our clients on a contingency basis. This means our fees are based on a percentage of the recovery from settlement or verdict of the case. Consultations are always free.