If you or a family member experienced a severe burn, let an experienced burn injury attorney in Indianapolis examine your situation and advocate for your rights. According to the American Burn Association, each year in the United States, 1.1 million burn injuries require medical attention. A burn is defined as damage to the skin or other body parts caused by extreme heat, flame, contact with heated objects, or chemicals. Most common burns are caused by:

  • Automobile Accidents
  • Gas and other Flammable Liquid Fuel Explosions
  • Scalding/ Hot Water
  • Electrical Accidents
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Gasoline Spills
  • Building Fires
  • Defective Candles
  • Lighters & Matches

Seriously burned patients often need focused and expert care to deal with the long-term physical and psychological effects of their injuries. The injury and treatment process can be financially and emotionally draining on the victim and their loved ones. This highlights the importance of hiring an attorney experienced in burn injuries to ensure that you recover the full compensation to which you are entitled.

Wilson Kehoe and Winingham has extensive experience dealing in burn-related cases as well as fires and explosions. The combination of our legal and medical staff’s experience in this area provide a strong basis upon which to research, understand and explain the factors involved in a burn injury to a jury. We recognize the extraordinary physical and emotional difficulty of suffering a serious burn injury and the treatment and rehabilitation involved. Enlist an Indianapolis injury attorney from WKW who will work to ensure that your legal and medical issues are handled while you focus on recovery.

If you or a loved one has been experienced a burn injury, contact us online or call us at 800-525-8028 to set up a FREE consultation to discuss your legal options.

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