Burn injuries cause 300,000 deaths worldwide every year and affect the lives of millions who become disabled. Burns are the third leading cause of accidental death in the United States. About 4,000 Americans die of burn injuries every year. Children are particularly prone to these injuries and about half of burn patients are below 18. Elderly people are often at extra risk because they have other health problems that make living with burn injuries all the more difficult.
Nevárez Law Group is able to help you to recover the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries. Whether the injury occurred in a car or motorcycle accident, on the job, using an explosive or defective product, or is an electrical burn, our team ensures that your case will not only receive the attention and care it deserves, but that you claim the compensation for your damages from the individual or party responsible for your injury.
The severity of a burn depends on how hot the skin gets and how long the burn lasts. The location is also important, because skin varies in thickness, water and oil content, the amount of subcutaneous fat, and the number of blood vessels from one location in the body to another. The diagnosis of a burn injury is based on how deep the injury is.
Since costs for burn injury treatment is high and the consequences so delicate, we will fight to provide you with the compensation needed to pay for medical costs, living expenses, and all other financial issues that you might encounter in the near future. Additionally, Nevárez Law Group will work to make sure that you are compensated for your physical and emotional pain due to the incident.