Burn injuries have an immediate and often long-term effect on a victim's quality of life
At Brett Law, we see everyday how our clients are affected by their injuries after an accident. We know there are no more debilitating injuries than serious burn injuries.
A burn victim often requires skin grafts, skin replacement, physical therapy, and reconstructive surgery. Often, scarring is permanent, disfiguring, and incredibly painful. Our clients can suffer secondary complications like infection and bone and joint problems, and some have not been able to continue their careers as before. Their relationships and their quality of life can be negatively and permanently impacted.
The injury attorneys at Brett McCandlis & Brown have worked with hundreds of clients, and most fall into one of these four groups. Each type of client needs special support, and each has a different set of interests and concerns.
What does a successful burn injury claim look like?
When a Brett Law client is suffering from a burn injury caused by an accident, we take special steps to identify the extent of the injury, to evaluate its cause, and to determine how the injury affects our client's life, now and in the future. Since burn injuries often require long-term, costly medical care, we ensure that this cost is fully factored into the insurance-claim process. A successful claim is one in which our client receives a settlement or verdict that enables them to fully recover financially, and compensates them for their current and future losses.