Charleston, South Carolina Attorneys Experienced in Severe Burn Injuries
Actions for Recovery of Damages due to Severe Burns
Aside from brain and spinal injuries, a severe burn can be the most devastating injury a person can suffer. Burns sear the skin and can cause permanent nerve damage. The process of treating burns is long and extremely painful. Months of physical therapy, rehab, and medical procedures are needed, and it is often necessary for doctors to graft skin from other areas of the body onto the burn site, which brings with it a myriad of complications. There is also the mental and emotional trauma of dealing with the disfigurement that severe burns can cause.
And the damage is not limited to just the skin and the outer body; severe burns also cause traumatic internal injuries to tissues that can significantly limit or deprive someone of motor function, vital organ function, sensation, and reflex, which can have a devastating effect on its victims.
You need a licensed attorney who is familiar with this type of terrible injuries and who can provide you with the resources necessary to put your life back together. Let the firm of Williams & Walsh help you and your loved ones who have suffered so traumatically.
Common Burn Injuries
Burns can occur in a wide variety of circumstances:
- Factory or farm machinery
- Home appliance malfunction
- Workplace accidents
- Automobile accidents
- Electrical malfunction
- Tanning bed mishaps
- Improper use of dyes and other household chemicals
- Preventable lightning strikes
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Our free consultation includes an initial meeting with you to discuss your case and review any paperwork you may have relating to your property. Following the initial free consultation, we generally represent and charge clients for our legal services on contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay attorney fees if we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. Our fee, if we are successful, is a percentage of the total compensation we obtain for you. We generally cover all costs while your case is pending which is reimbursed to the firm after the contingency fee is calculated. You are not responsible for reimbursement of costs if there is no recovery.