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Nothing is more painful than a burn to your body. Depending on the cause and degree of injury, people usually recover from burns without serious health consequences. More serious burns require immediate emergency medical care to prevent complications and death.
Three primary types of burns are: first-, second-, and third-degree. Each degree is based on the severity of damage to the skin, with first degree being the most minor and third degree being the most severe.
Third-degree burns carry the most risk for complications, such as bacterial infection, blood loss, and shock. Scars are a complication of all burns. Severe burns may cause keloids, or discolored areas of scar tissue on the skin.
If you or a loved one was burned call our firm today for legal advice from one of our injury lawyers. Extensive medical help is required with years of treatment, which can be expensive. An insurance policy may be available to assist you.
Contact our office today for a free consultation. Our lawyers attempt to return calls in 24 hour notice.