Burn injuries are often not talked about when it comes to accident litigation, but burn injuries are some of the most painful and can impact a person’s life in many ways. A severe burn injury does not heal quickly, and it can be extremely painful to deal with. Some burns can even last for a person’s’ lifetime.
Burn injuries are not uncommon in New York. In car accidents, burn injuries can happen frequently. Burn injuries can also be sustained in workplace accidents and from chemical exposure. Also, burns can happen in fires such as in apartment buildings.
At Frekhtman & Associates, we take burn injuries seriously. We know that after you suffer from this kind of injury that your life could be impacted for many years. You are likely looking at many medical treatments. The cost of these treatments can add up. Also, you are facing psychological and physical suffering and could be looking at further financial hardships if the injury keeps you from working.
We are experienced personal injury attorneys, we know that you are dealing with a lot already. If you suffered from a burn injury in an accident that was caused by negligence on the part of another person, you deserve compensation. We want to help you receive the compensation you are owed.
For help with your burn injury claim, call us today at (212) 222-1111.
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