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Burn Injury Lawyer

Burn injuries are physically and emotionally scarring and can take years of treatment to make a full recovery. This is expensive and time-consuming, and you shouldn't have to face these challenges alone.

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Burn Injuries

Burn injuries produce about 450,000 injuries requiring medical attention in the United States each year, according to the National Trauma Institute. Burn injuries can produce severe physical disfigurement as well as emotional distress and long-lasting psychological trauma.

Our burn injury lawyers have worked with numerous clients who have been the victim of burn injuries due to negligence. Burn injuries occur from an assortment of underlying causes. Among the most common causes of burn injuries include:

  • Oilfield accidents that yield burn injuries
  • Car accidents that yield burn injuries
  • Motorcycle accidents that yield burn injuries
  • Truck accidents that yield burn injuries
  • Workplace incidents that yield burn injuries
  • Defective products that yield burn injuries

Our experienced burn injury lawyers have represented individuals who also have sustained burn injuries due to propane or natural gas explosions, electrical burns and chemical burns, hot water burns and hot oil burns.

If you were the victim of a burn injury that resulted from negligence, recklessness or intentional action or inaction, you may be entitled to recover money from the responsible parties. Your recovery may include compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, compensation for your emotional distress and your pain and suffering. Additionally, our burn injury attorneys can help to ensure that you receive the best possible medical care to help you recover from your burn injuries.

If you experienced a burn injury, it is important to seek the help of an experienced lawyer quickly to protect your rights. Through years of compassionate experience, our burn injury lawyers have developed and we continue to maintain strong relationships with the medical staff, including doctors and nurses, at local hospitals. When it comes to burn injuries and other personal injury litigation, we have an outstanding track record of success.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident regardless of where you live, we will be happy to evaluate your potential case through a free consultation.

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    Below is a list of some of the most-frequently-asked questions by our clients and prospective clients. If you still have any questions, feel free to contact us.

    • How and when do I pay for a personal injury attorney?

      Most personal injury attorneys work on what is called a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay the attorney only if and when the attorney has successfully made a recovery in your case, either by settlement or by winning a jury trial. Our philosophy is that clients have enough to worry about, so clients at Glasheen, Valles & Inderman never pay us a dime out of their pockets directly; when you’re case is finished, the insurance company sends a check to our law firm, we take our percentage fee from that check, and send the remainder to the client.

      In the rare event we are unable to make a recovery on your case, you still don’t pay us a dime, and that even includes case costs, court costs, expert fees, and any advances. There is truly zero risk in hiring a personal injury law firm like Glasheen, Valles & Inderman.

    • What is my claim worth?

      Personal injury claims are usually resolved by either settlement or by a jury. When a case is settled, it is the client’s decision of whether or not to accept a settlement offer. The lawyer will advise the client as to the potential value of the claim. Lawyers evaluate the potential value of a claim by predicting what a jury would do based on experience with similar claims.A jury can consider all sorts of damages in a personal injury case including medical expenses in the past and in the future, loss of earnings in the past and in the future as a result of the injury, physical pain and mental anguish in the past and in the future, compensation for impairment – that is loss of use, and disfigurement damages. The jury has discretion in awarding the sums. We can give you advice on the value of your claim based on our experience with some of our claims and similar jury results.

    • Why should I hire an attorney?

      Potential defendants are usually covered by insurance. The insurance companies are notified immediately when an accident occurs, and they usually hire attorneys and expert witnesses to investigate the claim. It is important that witnesses be interviewed as soon as possible and evidence be preserved. Witnesses will often be more difficult to locate or will have a poor memory if they are interviewed much later after the accident has occurred. Evidence such as machinery parts or skid marks on the highway will disappear unless preserved quickly. Insurance companies have insurance adjusters who will contact you and try to be friendly. You should not trust the statements that insurance adjusters make to you. They are not working for you and will sometimes make misleading statements in an effort to trick you into resolving your case. Insurance adjusters also might record your conversations with them and use your statements against you in order to try to save money for the insurance companies.

      The main thing we try to impress upon people is that it’s never too early to talk to an attorney, and it’s always too late. By that we mean that speaking with an attorney very soon after a crash or other accident in no way will harm you. Along the same lines, the longer you try to handle a claim on your own or delay hiring competent counsel, irreparable damage can be done in the form of recorded statements given to the insurance companies and evidence not being preserved. There is no risk or fee for speaking with an attorney and arranging an initial consultation.

    • How long will my claim take to resolve?

      The time it takes to resolve a personal injury claim depends very much on the type of case. We believe that it is important to prosecute claims as quickly and efficiently as possible. We usually like to have our client finish with their medical treatment so that we can fully and properly evaluate their injuries before we attempt to settle the claim. Sometimes we can assist a client with making advances to cover lost wages or living expenses while the client is waiting for the case to be resolved. Typically, automobile accident cases with fairly minor injuries can be resolved in about six months. More serious accident cases usually take anywhere from six months up to a year and a half or longer.