Burn Injury Accident Attorney in Bucks County

Burn injuries can be painful and devastating, often requiring extensive and invasive therapies to deal with the medical implications of this injury. Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford has helped many people struggling with burn injuries to get the financial compensation they deserve and need to deal with the extensive nature of their injuries. As experienced Bucks County burn injury lawyers, we have seen countless clients struggle with the changes that burn injuries can bring about in their lives. The medical bills alone can be enough to adversely affect your personal budget, while the psychological effects of this injury type can be lasting and painful. 

We are here to help. We will work to get you the compensation necessary to deal with the financial effects of your injury. This may give you the space and time required to heal and overcome the trauma associated with the events that led to your current situation. 

Common Causes of Bucks County Burn Injuries

Some burn injuries are caused by the negligence of another person or entity. These injuries can be life-changing in many ways, causing lasting scarring or disfigurement and necessitating often painful and extensive treatment over long periods. Even knowing some of the common causes of burn injuries does not always mean it is possible to avoid them. Among the more common causes of burns include: 

  • Car, truck, or pedestrian accidents
  • Workplace accidents caused by defective equipment or hazardous substances
  • Defective products
  • Premises accidents (such as a structural fire)

No matter what the circumstances surrounding your situation, our Bucks County personal injury lawyers at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford may be able to help you. After all, compensation can go a long way towards providing you with the financial support necessary to heal from the extensive medical challenges that often accompany burns. 

Burn Injury Classifications

No two burn injuries are the same, and the circumstances that cause a burn are just part of the process of establishing the need for compensation. The classification of the burn is a factor as well. 

First-Degree Burns

A first-degree burn is the mildest injury of this type, as only the top layer of the skin is damaged. Treatment is typically minimal for first-degree burns. Characteristics of this injury include redness around the affected area and temporary tenderness. 

Second-Degree Burns

A second-degree burn causes damage beyond the outer layer of skin but does not quite reach the muscle. They are characterized by blisters and significant sores around the wound. While this burn type is severe, it is not typically life-threatening if adequately treated. 

Third-Degree/Fourth-Degree Burns

Third- and fourth-degree burns are the worst as they result in damage that goes through all the layers of skin to the bones, organs, and/or muscles. This injury type can be life-threatening and requires immediate emergency medical intervention. Physical characteristics of this burn category include charred skin and significant discoloration around the wound. 

How Compensation Can Help with Burn Injuries

Compensation can help address burn injuries as they generally have implications beyond the acute stage of the accident. It can also help with: 

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emergency medical expenses
  • Long-term therapy and rehabilitation
  • Mental and emotional anguish
  • Loss of income loss of future earnings potential
  • Changes in lifestyle

The expenses of burn injuries can be considerable and wreak havoc on your personal finances. Compensation can help offset some of these costs and give you the time and space to heal, which can take time with a burn injury. You should not be forced to turn your personal budget upside down to deal with the implications of an injury that occurred because of the carelessness or negligence of others. 

Seek Justice With a Qualified and Compassionate Bucks County Burn Injury Lawyer 

If you have suffered a burn injury, you understandably may want justice. After all, the negligence or carelessness of another caused you to suffer significant pain and suffering. Those responsible should be held to account. The compassionate attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford know how important it is to receive compensation to help overcome your injuries, especially given the extensive medical expenses associated with this type of medical challenge. We will work to get you the compensation you deserve so that you can focus on healing.  

We have more than 65 years of experience on our side and are committed to getting you the outcome you deserve. We have offices around the state and can travel to you as needed. Call us at (215) 822-7575 to schedule a free consultation or fill out our contact form to learn more about how we can help you.