When You Have Been Injured, We Can Help

When You Have Been Injured, We Can Help

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The Help You Need After A Burn Injury

A severe burn injury can leave a victim with a lifetime of consequences, including pain, loss of mobility, and severe scarring. When someone is responsible for your burn injuries, we at Rad Law Firm can help you seek the compensation you deserve for your suffering.

When you have sustained a burn injury due to the negligent or reckless behavior of another party or company, you may have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit. These types of burn injury cases can be complicated, which is why it is imperative that you have a knowledgeable burn injury attorney from our firm to represent you.

Common Burn Injury Causes

Whatever type of burn injury you have and no matter its intensity, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries if your burn was caused by the negligence of another person or company. Some of the most common causes of burns:

  • Heat burns
  • Electrical burns
  • Chemical burns
  • Scalding
  • Oil or gas explosions
  • Cold burns

Burn injuries can occur from fires, explosions, accidentally coming into contact with electrical wires, chemicals or some other liquid. While most commonly associated with flames, burns can also happen as a result of coming into contact with hot and even super cold liquids. Heat burns are the most common, but this is not to say the other types of burns are not just as serious and life-changing.

Choose Us To Fight For You

If you believe you have suffered from a burn injury caused by the negligence of another person or company you may be able to obtain compensation for your burn injury. Please contact one of our experienced injury attorneys in any of our convenient locations: Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, Brownsville as well as Los Angeles, California.

We encourage you to contact the Rad Law Firm right away. Schedule your initial consultation by calling us at 972-661-1111 today. The consultation is free, and you are under no obligation.