Compensation And Recovery After A Burn Injury At Work Or Elsewhere
Explosions, fires and exposure to hazardous chemicals are all causes of burn injuries that can be very painful as well as taking a long time to heal. Prompt, top-notch medical care after a burn injury is essential to preventing or mitigating the scarring that often is a result of the injury.
A Recipe For Recovery
Whether you suffered a burn injury on the job, in a car crash, on personal or public property or through any other circumstances, you need in-depth legal advice as well as quality medical attention. Your doctors will ideally follow a course of action designed to help you heal. Meanwhile, your personal injury lawyer can help you obtain the compensation you need to pay medical bills, replace lost wages and acknowledge your pain and suffering.
Beware Of Quick Settlement Offers
One word of caution applies to many burn cases is to wait before accepting a settlement offer. You may not know for some time whether you will face complications like infection or chronic pain after suffering a burn injury. A plastic surgeon may recommend further surgery long after your healing has reached its maximum, to try to lessen your scars.
It can be tricky to know when to consider your personal injury or workers’ compensation case complete after a burn injury because of the unpredictability of the healing process. It can also be challenging to discover who was at fault and prepare compelling arguments in support of maximum compensation for you.
For all these reasons, the help and guidance of an experienced personal injury lawyer is essential. Glenda Mitchell Law Firm is prepared to represent you through all phases of your case.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation After Being Injured By A Fire Or Chemical Exposure
We advise burn injury clients in Georgia and South Carolina. Get in touch with us by email or by phone at 678-721-0417 for our Cartersville office or at 864-326-3073 for our Greenville office. You may also use our contact form to schedule a conversation with an attorney at your home, in your hospital room or in either of our offices.