The Utah Burn Injury Lawyers
Sometimes car, motorcycle, truck, train, bus, or workplace accidents can result in burn injuries. Serious burns need treatment beyond aloe vera and the skin’s natural capacity to heal. When serious burns happen, medical bills can quickly become overwhelming at a time when you should be focusing on healing.
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Learn the Facts of Burn Injury Accidents
Burns are among the most painful types of injuries. They can also take years to heal. Once healing has finished, severe burns often leave an accident victim permanently disfigured, despite skin grafts and other procedures. Operations that can remedy or lessen the impact of these injuries are well beyond what an average person can afford on his or her own.Because of this, we have compiled a list of resources to answer your questions and help you and your family deal with the physical and financial burden that come with burn injuries.
What should I do after a burn? When should I see a doctor? Who will cover the costs of my injury? How can I prevent burn injuries in the future? To learn the answer to these and many more burn injury questions, click the link above.
In addition to scarring, fire and burn injuries can also cause damaged nerve endings. That can mean severe pain, paralysis, or even blindness. Burns are divided into three categories. Whether your burns are first, second, or third-degree, the medical expenses and suffering can be a lot to handle on your own. We are here to help, so give us a call or learn more about common burn injuries by clicking the link above.
In Utah, burn victims who are injured due to the negligence of others have a legal right to file a claim to help pay for the damages. Since burns are among the most expensive injuries to treat, a victim’s losses or damages are often very high. A burn victim may require skin grafts, skin replacement, physical therapy, and reconstructive surgery.Fortunately, Utah has some of the best health care resources in the nation. With research from the University of Utah medical center and other hospitals along the Wasatch Front, you can get the help you need by checking out these great burn injury resources.
Every 30 minutes, someone in the United States suffers a burn injury. Over the year, all of those burns add up to nearly a half a million injuries and well over 3,000 deaths. To learn more about burn injury facts and stats and how you can best avoid them, click the link above.
At Christensen & Hymas, we have extensive experience in representing burn victims. We can get you the compensation you need to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and the pain you experienced as a result of the accident. If you or a loved one have been burned, then please contact us online or call us at 801-506-0800.