FIERCE REPRESENTATION FOR THE CATASTROPHICALLY INJURED
Burns are some of the most physically painful injuries a person can endure. If you have been burned in a car accident, industrial accident, or an accident on another person’s property, you should immediately contact the Atlanta personal injury attorneys at Schneider Hammers. With decades of experience maximizing claims for catastrophically injured people, we can help you obtain the money you both need and deserve to cover unforeseen expenses like hospital and medical bills, lost income, and lost earning capacity. We can also help get you compensated for your pain and suffering.
Types of Burn Injuries
Burns can leave a person with serious damage to the dermis and underlying tissues. The healing process can be a long one, and burn victims can be susceptible to serious infections. Once healed, a burn can result in scarring, which can be damaging to a person’s self-image, or may leave the victim with a permanent disability.
- Thermal burns from touching flames or hot items
- Scalds from hot liquids and steam
- Inhalation burns caused by inhaling hot air and smoke
- Electrical burns from touching electrically-charged wiring or metals
- Chemical burns caused by touching corrosive chemicals
In addition to being physically painful, burn injuries can cause lasting financial stress for victims as they recover. You have suffered enough – you and your family should not have to suffer the additional burden of paying for your own recovery. When you retain an Atlanta catastrophic injury attorney at Schneider Hammers, you will be putting a team on your side that is 100% focused on helping you get your life back after your accident. We’ve won millions of dollars on behalf of our clients, and we’re prepared to do whatever it takes to help you, too.
Am I Eligible for Compensation?
If your accident was the result of another person’s negligence, you have a right to pursue compensation for your losses. For example, many burns are the result of negligence on the part of factory owners and personnel who fail to abide by safety standards. Because no two cases are alike, we strongly advise you to call our office to schedule a free personal injury consultation to review the facts of your case, talk about who can be held liable, and determine what types of compensation you may be eligible for. Our team of personal injury lawyers is here to answer your questions and guide you through the process, whether your case can be settled or if your interests are better served by trying the case in court. We don’t settle for less than our clients deserve!