Burn injuries are not only extremely painful, they can be permanently disfiguring and disabling, too. At the Comunale Law Office, our experienced burn injury lawyers serving Dayton and surrounding areas can competently represent you in recovering damages for harm you have suffered.
Burns are caused in a number of different ways, although thermal burns–burns caused by coming in contact with a hot surface or material, such as a stove or fire–are the most common. In addition to thermal burns, other common burn injury types include:
Burns can occur on private property, in the workplace, at home, or at any other establishment, as well as in nature.
Burn injury severity is characterized by degree. There are first, second, and third degree burns.
If you have suffered a serious burn injury, perhaps the only way to recover financial compensation for your medical bills, loss of earning capacity, disability, and pain and suffering may be to file a personal injury claim. By filing a personal injury claim, you can hold the party who caused your burn injuries responsible if you can prove that your burn injuries would not have occurred but for an act of the defendant’s negligence.
At the Comunale Law Office, we work hard on your behalf to investigate the cause of your burns and build your case. We have worked with victims burned by defective products, workplace accidents, fires, car accidents, and more.
If you have suffered a burn injury caused by the negligence of another party, we urge you to contact Comunale Law Office for a free burn injury consultation with an experienced Ohio personal injury attorney. We are dedicated to getting you your full recovery amount.
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