Fair Compensation For Severe Burn Injuries
Burns can be severely painful and scarring. The most severe burns can lead to life-threatening complications, cause permanent nerve damage and take months to heal. The treatment for third-degree burns is costly, and a victim should not bear the burden of paying medical bills when their burns were caused by another party’s negligence. To set things right, Kibbey | Wagner helps victims pursue legal compensation from the individual or business that allowed them to become burned.
Experienced South Florida Personal Injury Lawyers
Our lawyers have more than 25 years of collective experience in litigation, including personal injury law. When you hire Kibbey | Wagner, you gain the benefit of our considerable breadth and depth of knowledge. Your attorney will personally attend to every matter of your claim, large and small, until you receive fair compensation.
People can experience a burn on their skin from a variety of sources, including:
- Scalding from a hot liquid
- Hot glass, metal or other materials
- Tanning beds
- Industrial chemicals and solvents
Among degrees of burns, third-degree burns are the most serious because they penetrate every level of the skin. Besides being tremendously painful, they can lead to infection, severe blood loss, hypothermia and problems with bones or joints. If you have suffered third-degree burns, you could be charged hundreds of thousands of dollars for hospital stays, skin grafts, doctor’s appointments and medication. You may have to stay out of work for weeks, if not months, while you recover.
By retaining Kibbey | Wagner, to represent you in your personal injury claim, you take the burden of navigating through the personal injury system off of yourself and in our experienced hands. You can focus on getting better while we build a strategy for recovery that is based on you and your family’s individual needs. We will keep you informed whenever there is an update to share, and whenever you have a question, we are just a phone call or email away.