Serious Burn Injuries In Georgia

Georgia injury lawyers know that accidents involving serious burn injuries are more common than one might think. The American Burn Association estimates that 1.1 million significant burn injuries occur every year in the United States. Most commonly, burns are caused by: automobile accidents, gas and other flammable liquid fuel explosions, scalding/hot water, electrical accidents, industrial accidents, gasoline spills, building fires, defective candles, lighters and matches; however, the causes are numerous. We have seen cases involving propane powered forklifts which leak gas inside of a parked semi-trailer and explode. We have also seen cases involving injured textile workers scalded by hot water in dye vats. Recently we represented a homeowner whose home exploded after a local propane supplier negligently filled a residential propane tank.
In most serious cases, experts in many different areas are often necessary in assisting burn victims and their families deal with the long term physical and psychological affects of these painful and debilitating injuries.
Our firm understands that your immediate concerns include getting your medical bills paid, limiting potential lost wages, and ensuring insurance coverage for future treatment of your injury. Our experienced attorneys will assess your situation and discuss all the options available to you, as well as work with insurance companies and other involved parties to ensure your needs are quicky and appropriately addressed. We will work to protect your legal rights and pursue rightful compensation for long term medical bills, lost wages, disfigurement, pain and suffering, emotional distress, mental anguish, and lost enjoyment of life. If you or a loved one have experienced a burn injury, the experienced Georgia injury lawyers at Finch McCranie, LLP (800-228-9159) for a free consultation to discuss your legal options.

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