Philadelphia Burn Injury Lawyers

Philadelphia burn injury lawyersPhiladelphia Burn Injury Lawyers

 

The Philadelphia burn injury lawyers at McEldrew Young have been handling burn injury cases for decades. We are well versed with the unique challenges that these cases tend to present and understand the high costs that tend to be associated with burn injuries. If you’ve suffered a burn injury, and it was the result of another person’s negligence, please call the right Philadelphia burn injury lawyers for advice on whether or not you should take legal action. 

 

Burn Injury Cases We Handle

 

As leading burn injury lawyers in Philadelphia, we handle a broad range of injuries, including:

 

  • Chemical burns
  • Burns from an explosion
  • Firework burns
  • Automobile accident burns
  • Electrical burns
  • Fire burns
  • Defective product burns

 

Although some burns are the result of an accident, and no one’s fault, many of them happen because of another party’s actions. If this should be true, it may be possible to recover monetary damages for:

 

  • Your hospital expenses
  • Future medical care
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Skin grafting
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of consortium
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages

 

Although there is no way to turn back the clock, and no amount of money that may compensate you for your pain and emotional anguish, compensation could bring you a sense of justice. Furthermore, it can provide you with some kind of financial relief so you can focus on your recovery. If you would like to learn more about how a Philadelphia burn injury lawyer can help you, call McEldrew Young.

 

 

The Severity of Burn Injuries

 

It is safe to say that most people will know what a burn is, and likely will have experienced one at some point in their life. Most burns are first degree burns and heal within a few days. They generally do not require any hospitalization. That being said, it should be up to a doctor to determine the severity of a burn which may be evaluated according to the location of the burn, the amount of the body that has been burned, and the depth of the burn. 

 

First Degree – The least severe burn and involves the outer layer of skin being burned. This is the most common and may result in mild pain, swelling, and redness. 

 

Second Degree – A burn that extends beyond the first layer of skin and into the dermis. Blisters, swelling, and pain may result. 

 

Third Degree Burns – A very serious burn that penetrates into the flesh, tissue, or bones. The burn may be black or white and will be very painful. 

 

Apart from direct exposure to heat, flames, or chemicals, a burn victim may also suffer from inhalation injuries, lung damage, and toxin exposure. Sadly, many people will lose their life because of their injuries. Whether you or a loved one has been burned, a Philadelphia burn injury lawyer can listen to your case and help you to make a decision on how best to proceed. 

 

For a consultation with a leading Philadelphia burn injury lawyer, call McEldrew Young today.