Explosions And Chemical Burn Injuries Can Require Surgery And Extended Hospital Stays
Lack of fire protection devices, children left unattended or a landlord who failed to install smoke detectors are common causes of injuries resulting from fires. Additionally, people can be burned in motor vehicle accidents, work accidents or even an accident at work.
If you have been burned due to someone else’s negligence or if someone you love suffered a wrongful death in a fire or explosion, please contact a fire and burn injury lawyer at Greene Ketchum to discuss whether you may be able to collect financial compensation for your injury, pain and suffering, medical bills, and continuing medical treatment. You will pay no attorney’s fees unless we win compensation for you.
Representing Burn Victims In Huntington And Throughout West Virginia
Costs associated with burn injuries can be significant. Not only are multiple surgeries and skin grafts required, the pain and suffering accompanying burn injuries is often substantial. At the personal injury law office of Greene Ketchum, our attorneys consult medical economists and life care planners in determining costs associated with surgery, physical therapy, lost wages, and pain and suffering accompanying burn injuries.
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We have the investigative resources needed to investigate building fires, chemical explosions, electrical cord fires, and auto accidents that result in burn injuries to our client. We expose negligence, manufacturing defects, and safety violations that lead to fires and explosions.
If you have been seriously burned or have lost a family member in a fatal fire, contact burn injury attorneys at Greene Ketchum today to schedule an appointment to discuss your case.
Causes Of Fires And Burn Injuries
The law office of Greene Ketchum represents people suffering from burn injuries due to the following:
- Absence of fire detectors
- Defective smoke detectors
- Chemical / industrial explosions
- Electrical cord fires
- Automobile accident fires
- Retail store fires
- Locked fire exits
- Apartment fires
- Lack of sprinkler system
Holding Negligent Property Owners Liable For Fires
Even if an apartment building or retail store is “up to code,” other factors may be involved which create liability for owners. If an apartment owner knew there were problems with systems in the building and failed to do anything about them, the foreseeability of a fire and his decision to ignore that danger could constitute a violation of what was reasonable.
If you have been injured, please contact our law office page to schedule a consultation today. Remember: You will pay no attorney’s fees unless we win compensation for you.
Schedule your free consultation today if you have suffered from Malpractice, Negligence, or Injury. We can help seek justice for you and your loved ones. We fight for citizens in West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. If you think it’s time to seek compensation, call Greene Ketchum Farrell, Bailey & Tweel LLP. Today!