Phoenix Burn Injury Lawyer

Burn injuries are among the most serious types of accidents that you can suffer. The impacts of a burn are immediate and sometimes lifelong. Have a burn injury lawyer in Phoenix review your case. 

Regardless of where your burn accident occurs, it is likely to have serious consequences. The physical and emotional damages of a burn are immense, and the cost of medical treatment will impact your finances. Fortunately, if someone else is responsible, a Phoenix burn injury lawyer will help you recover damages in a personal injury claim. 

Burn Injuries and the Accidents that Cause Them

Burn injuries are some of the most common forms of accidents in the country. According to the American Burn Association, hundreds of thousands of people receive treatment for burn injuries every year. Among those treated at hospital burn centers, the majority sustained their injuries at home, while burns suffered at work, in a car, or in other settings occurred less frequently. 

Some of the most common types of burns include: 

  • Thermal burns from fire or flame
  • Scalding from contact with hot liquids
  • Contact burns from hot surfaces
  • Electrical burns
  • Chemical burns

When you’ve been exposed to fire or an explosion, it’s also possible for you to suffer other injuries, such as those stemming from smoke inhalation. Seeking immediate treatment for burn injuries can help the prognosis. In some cases, burn injuries are fatal. 

The Three Degrees of Burn Injuries

Burn injuries can be classified according to the severity of the damage to the skin. Traditionally, there are three types of burn injuries: 

  • First-Degree Burns – These burns are often referred to as superficial burns, given that they mostly impact the outermost layer of the skin. In most cases, these burns can be treated at home and should clear up without scarring in less than two weeks. Still, victims should consider seeking medical treatment if the burn covers a large area of their skin, for example. 
  • Second-Degree Burns – With these burns, the skin can blister from damage extending beyond the top layer of skin. Although most of these burns are still able to heal in a matter of weeks, proper treatment is required, including the use of bandages and antibiotic creams for blisters.
  • Third-Degree Burns – The most severe burn, third-degree burns are extensive and cause severe damage to the skin. If you suffer one of these burns, seeking immediate medical treatment is imperative. 

Contact a Burn Injury Lawyer in Phoenix Today

Burn victims can suffer immense physical, financial and emotional damages from their injuries. The cost of treatment is high, and the trauma of suffering a burn is often overwhelming. If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident, a burn injury lawyer from Zachar Law Firm, P.C. will closely review your case to file a claim against the parties responsible. 

We offer free consultations—call 602-494-4800 or fill out the form below to schedule an appointment with a Phoenix burn injury lawyer from our firm today. 

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