If someone else’s negligence caused you or your loved one to suffer severe, debilitating burns, call Ramsey Law Group. Burn injury claims require experienced attorneys with the skill and experience to pursue the parties responsible for your injuries. Ramsey Law Group is a respected legal firm with a track record of helping Sugar Land burn injury victims receive the justice and compensation needed to begin their healing process.
Why Ramsey Law Group?
At Ramsey Law Group, we realize burn injuries can cause physical and psychological scars that last a lifetime. We offer legal representation to address your individual needs, including:
Referrals to specialized medical care, when needed;
Confidential consultations; and
Prompt responses to your legal questions and concerns.
Ramsey Law Group is nationally-acclaimed and recognized for excellence in the legal field. Let us put our skills and expertise to work for you. Your consultation is free, and we never charge you legal fees unless we win your case.
How a Burn Injury Attorney Can Help
No amount of money will ever undo the harm a burn injury causes. However, as the victim of a burn injury, you likely need a series of medical treatments and time to recover. Ramsey Law Group will help you seek compensation from the party responsible for your injuries, allowing you the care and time you need to heal.
At Ramsey Law Group, our Sugar Land burn injury attorneys help you with the burn injury claims process and ensure you receive the full amount of compensation for your claim. If no fair settlement is forthcoming, our attorneys proceed towards litigation, if that is in your best interest.
Throughout this process, Ramsey Law Group builds and strengthens your case by:
Gathering evidence from your accident;
Hiring needed experts;
Filing all necessary paperwork;
Meeting any legal deadlines;
Handling all insurance company and creditor correspondence on your behalf; and
Assessing the value of your claim.
Ramsey Law Group protects you from tactics large insurance companies use to deny or settle your claim for less than you deserve. Call us today to learn more about the claims process and the many ways in which we can help you move forward to the next chapter in your life.
Causes and Types of Burn Injuries
Burns are common injuries. Most people suffer a burn injury at some point in their lives, like a minor sunburn or a stovetop burn. Others sustain severe burns that require hospitalization and intensive medical care.
When someone else’s negligence causes a victim serious burn injuries, the source of the injuries may be any number of preventable accidents, including, but not limited to:
Burn injuries vary in severity. A first-degree burn affects only the top layer of the skin. A second-degree burn penetrates the surface of the skin to affect the underlying tissue. Neither is severe and will likely heal without any type of scar.
A third-degree burn, also known as a “full-thickness” burn, penetrates the skin layers to reach the fat tissue. Fourth-degree burns damage the bones, soft tissue, and muscle. Both third and fourth-degree burns require immediate emergency medical care and hospitalization.
The extent and severity of a victim’s burns determine their prognosis for recovery. The most severe burns may permanently scar and disfigure a victim and leave them without any sensation or mobility in the damaged area.
Compensation for Burn Injuries
Deep burns require lengthy hospital stays, painful treatments, reconstructive surgeries, cosmetic surgeries, and carry the risk of infection. Compensation for burn injuries should include the cost of current and future medical bills, lost wages, and take into consideration:
Loss of future income;
Mental and emotional trauma;
Pain and suffering;
Physical and vocational therapy;
Loss of enjoyment of life; and
Call Ramsey Law Group Today
Some states place limits on burn injury awards and the time you have to file a burn injury claim. Contact an experienced attorney at Ramsey Law Group to discuss specifics in your state. We will help you recover the compensation you need to begin your process of healing.