Injury Claims For Burn Injuries In Alberta
Serious burn injuries are not only extremely painful for a victim, but they also come with emotional trauma that a victim can carry forever. When a accident victim suffers second degree burns, or third degree burns, there can be significant scarring, disfigurement, and long-term pain that can be debilitating. Burn injuries can have a long-lasting effect on one’s daily quality of life, as well as their future career options.
Common Accidents Relating To Burn Claims
Working in industrial, food service, or hospitality settings lend to the risk of fire that can result in an employee, patron, or bystander suffering from serious burns. Car accidents also contribute to serious burns where a vehicle has caught fire, with the victim exposed to a burn injury.
Serious Burn Injuries Deserve The Maximum Compensation
If there is an at-fault party responsible for the accident that has left you with the pain and suffering of a second degree burn, or third degree burn, you need to understand that you are entitle to compensation that can secure your immediate rehabilitation, as well as your long-term pain, and loss of potential income. Severe burns can require months of rehabilitation, surgery, emotional therapy, and considerable adjustments to your quality of life. In these instances, you need the support and counsel of a personal injury law firm in Calgary who can negotiate with fault insurance companies on your behalf. Don’t face this battle alone and get the compensation you deserve.
Contact Our Personal Injury Team In Edmonton
The personal injury staff at Miller Thomson’s Calgary law office have the experience and resources to assess your burn injury claim, ensuring your settlement will be ample and fair for your long-term needs. While there is no amount of financial compensation that can correct the pain of a severe burn injury, as a victim you must secure the financial future of you and your family’s needs. Let us work with you and your family, and help you navigate this difficult and traumatic chapter. Call us today.
Posted on September 1st, 2013