Burn Injury

  • Traffic Accidents Can Cause Serious Burn Injuries

    … and prescription drug expenses. Keep copies of your medical records, which will give your lawyers some sense of the severity of your injury. Also, find proof of income if the burn has caused you to stop working. Wage earners should find a recent pay stub or W-2 form, while self-employed victims can use a recent profit-and-loss statement. To prove pain…

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  • Beware of Accidents Over Labor Day Weekend

    … with the risks of many other types of accidents and injuries. Only some of these recreational accidents involve the following: Burns or fires from grills or bonfires Injuries suffered in softball, soccer, golf, or other sports ATV accidents Bicycle accidents Dog bites,2 especially at BBQs or gatherings Motorcycle accidents Many of these…

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  • Can I sue for my burn injury?

    … injuries, and other damage. Chemical Burns: A chemical burn results from a strong acid or base coming into contact with the skin. Common sources of acids and bases include bleach, ammonia, and other household cleaners (for example, toilet bowl, drain, swimming pool, oven, rust, and metal cleaners). The extent of the injury depends on how long the skin…

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  • Should I Settle my Burn Injury Claim?

    … for $275,000. o In a famous case, a woman received a $640,000 verdict from McDonald’s when she suffered third-degree burns from scalding hot coffee. Contact The Levin Firm When you experience a burn as a result of the actions of another person or a company, you have the right to recover for your medical bills and pain and suffering. Our lawyers…

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  • What kinds of accidents often cause burn injuries?

    … A burn is understood to be a type of injury that arises when damage or death is sustained to the cells of the body or skin. 1 Burn injuries are typically categorized based on the severity and depth of injury as a first, second, or third-degree burn. 2 The classification from first to third degree is based on the range of damage evidenced…

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  • CPSC Petition to mandate warnings on ionization smoke alarms

    … and clicking on ‘Smoke Detectors’ and within that page click on ‘Ionization Smoke Detector Injury Attorney’: www.Bruninglegal.com. Thanks, Tony Bruning Related Posts What Causes a Burn? Extreme Heat – Extreme heat, such as flames, hot liquids, hot metal, flash explosions and the sun’s radiation can cause… Four Homes Destroyed By Fire In California Earthquake In the early morning of Sunday August 24th, San Francisco experienced the largest earthquake to hit the area in nearly… …

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  • Four Homes Destroyed By Fire In California Earthquake

    … are a reminder that misfortune can strike at any moment. An unexpected natural disaster, such as an earthquake here, can cause devastating fires that can put you out of a home or even cause serious injury. The last thing anyone wants to deal with after such tragedy is a battle with an insurance company to ensure you are properly compensated for all…

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  • What Causes a Burn?

    … as well as damage to internal organs. Respiratory Burns – Inhalation burns, classified as Grade I through IV, can be caused by thermal or chemical exposure. What to do when a burn injury occurs. When a burn occurs remove the source of heat. If your clothes are on fire, smother the flames. Stop, Drop, and Roll. Immediately remove all burned clothing…

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