Lincoln Burn Injury Attorney

As the victim of a burn injury, you may have both physical and emotional scarring. Your burns may have left you with scars, disfigurements, or amputations. However, burn injuries don’t just run skin deep – traumatic burns can also lead to significant mental anguish, post-traumatic stress disorder, and severe phobias. Children are especially susceptible to emotional damage resulting from burn injuries.

If a negligent driver, defective product, careless employer, or other preventable cause led to your burn injury accident, we want to hear from you at Powers Law. During a free consultation, you can explore your case with an experienced Lincoln burn injury attorney and discover whether you have the elements of a personal injury claim. If we decide to take your case, we can help you pursue compensation from a negligent party.

Common Causes of Burn Injuries

A burn injury may require surgery, skin grafts, hospital stays, and counseling. Statistically, most burns occur in the home. Faulty household products and appliances may contribute to these burn injuries. Four common causes of negligence-related burn injuries are:

  • Car accidents. Fire in car accidents can result in devastating and even fatal burn injuries. If a distracted, careless, or reckless driver caused or contributed to your crash, speak to a lawyer.
  • Defective products. A faulty electrical product, wires, space heater, hot water heater, or other appliance can lead to electrocutions, fires, and explosions. Defective product claims can shed light on a manufacturer or distributor’s harmful mistakes.
  • Dangerous premises. A property owner who fails to take steps to reasonably prevent a building fire may be guilty of negligence. You may have a premises liability case if obstacles blocked fire exists or if poor property maintenance, such as outdated and faulty wires, caused the fire.
  • Workplace incidents. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, electrocutions are one of four main causes of construction worker death in America. Workers can suffer electrical, thermal, radiation, and chemical burns in the workplace. Talk to a Lincoln accident attorney if you believe an employer or coworker caused your burn injury.

Our team has one goal: to help you recover for burn injuries. If you are in the hospital because of a burn, call Powers Law. We make hospital and home visits if you are unable to travel to our Lincoln, NE law offices for a consultation. Initial case evaluations with us are free and come with no obligation to retain our firm should we offer to accept your case.

Protect Your Rights After a Burn Injury in Nebraska

Report your injury to authorities when appropriate. This may be your employer in a workplace incident or the police after a car crash. Reporting your accident and subsequent injuries will make it part of official record. Seek medical attention for your burns, follow treatment plans exactly, and retain records of your hospital bills, doctor’s visits, and related expenses. Return to the scene of the incident if possible and take photographs of relevant details. Then, seek help from a Lincoln burn injury attorney at Powers Law.

Powers Law | Burn Injury Lawyers in Lincoln

While it is possible to pursue a personal injury claim on your own, retaining an attorney can save you significant headaches. You are already trying to recover from a burn injury. Burns can take weeks or months to fully heal and may subject you to extended hospital stays. Don’t take on the added stress of a self-litigated personal injury claim. Nebraska laws can be complex, making it difficult for injured parties to secure a fair settlement. Let the highly experienced team at Powers Law defend your rights instead.

To schedule your free consultation with a qualified burn injury attorney in Lincoln, NE, call (402) 474-8000 today. You can also submit our online contact form, and one of our representatives will call as soon as possible to discuss your accident.

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