COMMITTED FRESNO LAWYERS FOR YOUR BURN INJURY CASE
Legal Help for Victims of Serious Burn Injuries
You might have been at work when the accident happened. Or, it could’ve happened in your garage, or in the kitchen. You could’ve even been in your car on your way home. Wherever your burn injury took place, one thing for certain – it wasn’t your fault and someone else is responsible for your injuries.
If you’re reading this, you’re facing many difficult questions, such as:
- Who or what is responsible for my injuries?
- Will I ever recover from these wounds?
- Do I even have a case to pursue?
- Do I need an attorney?
At the Law Office of Rick D. Banks our goal is to help individuals and families make their way through rough times brought on by injuries. Burn victims are especially delicate because of their pain and crippling injuries. We’ve helped many burn victims, and we know the everyday impact it can have on a family – physically, financially and emotionally.
The Fresno personal injury attorneys at the Law Office of Rick D. Banks can help you determine who’s responsible for the accident that caused your injuries and get the compensation you deserve. Depending on the details of the accident and the type of damage inflicted, you and your family could be entitled to awards for the following:
- Hospital bills and emergency medical treatment
- Extensive reconstructive and therapeutic fees
- Loss of employment
- Pain and suffering
Give a call us at (559) 222-4891 to schedule a free case consultation at your soonest availability.
Common Types of Burn Injuries
Burn injuries can happen whenever someone is engaging in negligent behavior. This can be at work, at home, or even on the road. No matter where it happens, or who may be responsible, our firm represents all the common burn injuries, including:
- Electrical current
- Steam or hot water
- Flame or explosive force
- Excessive sunlight or radiation
- Acidic and or corrosive substances
When Should I Contact a Fresno Attorney?
In the state of California, the injured party is able to pursue damages from the at-fault party within a certain period of time. This is known as the statute of limitations. The goal of these limitations is to prevent lawsuits from clogging up the courts. But, this also puts a timeline on legitimate cases like yours. Failing to meet the required deadline can mean a complete loss of rights and potential compensation.
To prevent this loss, the Law Office of Rick D. Banks encourages you to speak with a member of our personal injury team as soon as possible. While it may seem difficult or potentially impossible at the moment, getting a successful settlement can be done. You just need to take that first step and give us a call before it becomes too late. The number to dial is (559) 222-4891.