Generally, burns fall into three categories: thermal, electrical or chemical. Serious burns can be the result of a fire, a car accident, electric shock or an explosion. Even a small blaze can cause severe burns.
Prompt and proper burn treatment helps prevent infection and other problems. For severe burns, doctors must remove the dead skin to allow the tissue underneath to heal, a process called debridement. When the tissue is too badly damaged to heal on its own, doctors use skin grafts atop the damaged areas. As the skins heals, you will need rehabilitation to prevent the burned skin from becoming immobile. Following a treatment and care plan strengthens your recovery and your injury claim. Failure to comply with treatment recommendations gives insurance companies a reason to deny your claim.
To make a successful claim against a liable party after a serious injury, you need supporting evidence. A skilled lawyer can help collect evidence as soon as possible to prevent contamination or loss. Working with our firm as early as possible allows us to examine the site of the injury and gather testimonies and documents from appropriate parties.
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