Burn Injuries


Approximately 2.4 million burn injuries are reported in the United States each year. Burn injuries can be extremely painful and can cause victims to suffer a lifetime of serious healthcare challenges due to the fact that the skin’s protective barrier has been damaged. Many victims have suffered their injuries as a result of defective products or poorly maintained property. Some victims spend weeks or months in rehabilitation and have reconstructive surgery to rebuild the damages. Our attorneys have experience working with victims who have suffered burns as a result of someone else’s negligence. Please contact us for a free consultation.

Three Different Levels of Burn Injuries:

Burn injuries can happen almost anywhere and when you least expect it. There are three different levels of burn injuries:

First-degree burns: with this type of burn only the outer layer of the skin is damaged

Second-degree burns: includes the outer layer of the skin and the layer underneath is also affected

Third-degree burns: can cause damage to the tissue underneath as well as the deepest layer of skin

In some other resources additional degrees of burns are listed, for example:

Fourth-degree burns: go beyond the tissue and reaches the nerves, muscles and bones beneath it making it the most severe kind of burn.

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If a burn injury has affected your life, our experienced lawyers will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. We understand that there are severe financial, mental and physical aspects of burn injuries. These injuries can require expensive medical treatment including but not limited to hospitalization, doctors’ visits, counseling for trauma and physical therapy. With the help of the lawyers at Finch McCranie, you can receive financial compensation for your lost wages, short- and long-term hospital bills and pain and suffering. Please contact us at the number listed at the top of the page for your free consultation.