Los Angeles Burn Injury Attorneys
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Almost half a million people in the United States have suffered burn injuries
requiring medical treatment, according to the American Burn Association.
In the United States, the most common causes of burns are fire, scalds
from hot liquids, hot objects, electricity (from a defective product or
a manufacturer’s failure to follow proper procedures), and chemicals.
Victims of burn injuries can endure disfiguring and painful injuries.
Burn injuries may require hospitalization, multiple surgeries, rehabilitation,
and long-term care.
Our team at KP Law cares about clients and their families.
Contact us today at (888) 493-3862.
Common Causes of Burn Injuries
Burn injuries are typically caused by accidents at home or in the workplace.
From faulty kitchen products to chemical exposure on a construction site,
serious burns can happen at any time and cause painful injuries.
Burn injuries can be caused by:
- Chemical burns and inhalation of toxic chemicals
- Electrical burns, which include contact with faulty electrical outlets
- Thermal burns, such as hot iron, boiling water, hot grease, or other heated
objects or liquids
- Fires and explosions
Adverse Effects of a Burn Injury
Scars from burns may be permanent. As a result, burn injury survivors can
incur substantial medical expenses that can persist for a lifetime. Because
of the burn injury, the painful medical treatment, and the scars, the
victim will likely also experience psychological and emotional issues, such as:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Anxiety disorders
- Sleep disturbances
The emotional toll from a burn injury can be as devastating as the physical injuries.
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today
If you or someone you love has suffered a burn injury as a result of the
negligent, careless, wrongful, or intentional act of another, it is important
to retain legal counsel as soon as possible. At
KP Law, our Los Angeles
personal injury lawyers work to gather information and evidence to prove that your injuries
were the direct cause of someone else’s actions. We then prepare
your case for negotiations and court, whichever allows us to yield the
maximum favorable results you deserve.
We are proud to offer our prospective clients
free case evaluations.
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