burn injury

According to the American Burn Association, more than 400,000 people receive treatment for burn injuries each year. Burns can cause catastrophic trauma to accident victims, leading to infections, nerve damage, scarring, disfigurement, and other complications. Far too often, these injuries are due to someone else’s negligent or intentional actions. If this happened to you, a Waldorf burn injury lawyer at Trollinger Law LLC can help you seek compensation and justice.

The aftermath of a serious burn injury is filled with uncertainties. But you can count on Trollinger Law LLC. Dedication, determination, and a commitment to top-quality legal representation are at the heart of what we do. We know the stakes are high with burn injury cases because we’ve helped people like you before. Rest assured that we will work aggressively for maximum compensation to restore your health and protect your future.

Contact Trollinger Law LLC today for a free consultation with an experienced burn injury lawyer.

Types of Fire and Burn Injury Lawsuits

Burns and fire-related injuries can be devastating, leaving individuals with the physical and emotional trauma that can last a lifetime. If you suffered burns because of someone else’s carelessness, Maryland personal injury law gives you the right to demand compensation for your losses.

There are several different types of fire and burn injury claims:

  • Negligence claims: If another party’s reckless behavior caused your burn injuries, you may be able to file a negligence claim to seek damages.
  • Product liability lawsuits: If a consumer product, such as a defective appliance, malfunctions and burns you, you could have a case against the product’s designer or manufacturer.
  • Premises liability lawsuits: A premises liability lawsuit might be possible if a hazardous condition on another’s property caused your burn injury. Building fires caused by poor wiring, lack of safety sprinklers or smoke alarms, or blocked fire escapes could be grounds for a premises liability claim.
  • Wrongful death claims: If your loved one was killed in a fire or due to burn injuries, you may be able to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible parties.

Burn injuries may also occur in the workplace, particularly in industrial and construction jobs. If you suffered burns at work, you may be entitled to Maryland’s workers’ compensation benefits to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and related disabilities. A workers’ compensation attorney from Trollinger Law LLC can determine every potential source of compensation for you during your free case review.

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