Common causes of burn injuries include fires, explosions, chemical accidents, electrical accidents, and hot liquid or steam exposure. These types of accidents can occur in the home, at work, or in public places. Burn injuries can also occur from exposure to harmful substances, such as chemicals or radiation. Additionally, some medical procedures, such as radiation therapy, can also cause burn injuries.
Accidents caused by faulty or defective products, such as appliances, can also cause burn injuries.
Burn injuries can range from minor to severe, and can have a significant impact on a person’s physical and emotional well-being. Burn injuries can be extremely painful and require extensive medical treatment and rehabilitation.
The severity of a burn injury is determined by how deep and how extensive the burn is. Burns can be classified as first degree, second degree or third degree.

Our Personal Injury Department provides representation for personal injury cases in Alaska, Arizona, Oregon, and Washington. We understand that being injured in an accident can be a traumatic and overwhelming experience.

We want to help our clients navigate the legal system and fight for the compensation they deserve. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to handle a wide range of personal injury cases, from car accidents to slip and falls. We also understand that an injury can have long-term consequences and we want to help our clients in any way we can.

We are in the long-term relationship business and we want to be there for our clients through every step of their recovery.

If you or someone you know has been injured, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help.

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