Burn Injury Attorneys Serving Lynchburg & Danville
Causes & Complications from Serious Burn Injuries
Burns are some of the most painful injuries that individuals can suffer,
and often have long-term, sometimes lifelong, consequences. Throughout
the United States each year, millions of people are burned from a variety
of causes, many of which are due to the negligence or wrongful act of
another party. Not only do these injuries cause an extreme amount of immediate
physical pain, but the consequences can last for a much longer time period.
Burn victims may have to deal with emotional trauma from the accident,
chronic pain, physical disabilities and complications, scarring and disfigurement,
and much more. Don't let a serious injury hurt your financial future.
Contact Randall J. Trost, P.C. today.
- Some of the most common causes of burn injuries are:
- Exposure to hazardous chemicals
- Electrical fires
- Defective products
- Automobile accidents
- Firework accidents
- Scalding liquid
Are You Facing Financial Challenges Related to a Burn Injury?
If you are dealing with a burn injury, you likely have medical bills piling
up, an inability to work the same job as you recover, physical and emotional
pain, and a host of other challenges. Working towards making the best
possible recovery can be a difficult task, especially when the financial
aspects of these challenges get in the way.
Fortunately, you may have legal avenues available to you where you can
hold negligent parties responsible and recover compensation for your injuries.
Holding Companies & Insurance Providers Accountable
From consumer product manufacturers to property owners and employers, there
are numerous parties that may be responsible for your burn injuries. Our
Lynchburg personal injury lawyers at the office of Randall J. Trost, P.C. understand that, at times, these
parties are powerful and may be backed by big insurance providers.
The insurance providers are trained to do everything in their power to
ensure that victims get as little compensation as possible, or even none.
We understand the tactics that they commonly use, and are ready to hold
them accountable as we make sure they act in good faith.
To learn more, call us at 434.738.2300 and schedule a
free initial consultation.