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If you were injured in an explosion or fire in Texas, you may be entitled to compensation. Take action and consult with an Austin burn injury lawyer today to find out about your options.
If you are hurt, the first step is to get better. We can help you locate medical treatment in your area that specializes in burn victim care. Treatment is different depending on whether the burns were caused by fire or as a result of exposure to caustic chemicals
If the injuries were caused by a structural fire, the first step in any fire investigation is to find the area of origin of the fire. Once it's located, our experts will determine what the cause of the fire was.
Physical evidence is key in a burn case. If the fire was started by a defective device, or if there are burned electrical parts, evidence needs to be collected and protected.
We can help you file an insurance claim and negotiate payment for your damages including lost wages, pain & suffering and medical bills.
If the insurance company drags its feet, we know how to hold them accountable in court. Filing a lawsuit is the first step in the litigation process against responsible parties.
If necessary, we will take those responsible to trial and prove our case before a jury.
If you've been hurt in a fire, explosion or other incident in Texas and need help putting the pieces back together, speak with a licensed Austin burn injury and fire injury lawyer about your case.
Burns can cause the skin to become dry and leathery. Severe burns can cause lesions, bleeding and other significant skin damage.
If a burn is severe enough, it can affect the nerves surrounding the burned tissues. Common signs of nerve damage are shooting pains and pain in areas not directly affected by burning.
If nerve damage is extensive or severe, it can cause permanent loss of feeling or paralysis. The most advanced burn injury cases usually involve some permanent loss of feeling the affected areas.
Burn injuries often result in infections during the wound care stage. Any open skin wound can develop an infection depending on the person. Proper medical care is required to avoid and treat infections caused by burns.
First degree burns only affect the outermost layer of skin. The skin will appear red and may be swollen. First degree burns are painful and may take months to heal. First degree burns can result in scarification. Depending on the extent of the burns, medical attention may be necessary. Contact a qualified Austin burn injury lawyer to learn more about your options.
Second-degree burns affect both the outer and underlying layer of skin. At first, these burns can cause leathery red skin but often also result in severe swelling, and blistering. These are also known as partial thickness burns. Left untreated, second degree burns can lead to complications like infections. Treatment for these types of burns often includes debridement or removal of dead skin tissue. Victims of second degree burns should seek immediate medical attention at a specialized burn unit. If the burns were caused by the negligence of another individual, victims should contact a qualified Austin burn injury lawyer.
Third-degree burns penetrate to the deepest layers of skin. These are called full-thickness burns and cause white, blackened, or burned skin. The victim may lose feeling or sensation in areas affected by third degree burns. They can also suffer from neurological damage. Third-degree burns must be treated immediately to prevent infection, deformity or other long term effects. If you have suffered from third degree burns as a result of someone's negligence, you should contact a qualified Austin burn injury lawyer.
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On November 4, 2021, we filed suit following the tragedy at the Ponderosa Pet Resort in Georgetown, Texas. We alleged on behalf of the pet owners that the kennel owner was grossly negligent and misled its customers about the level of safety and fire-preparedness of the facility. The dogs were either burned alive or asphyxiated. Read more about it here.
A gas explosion is an explosion resulting from mixing a gas, typically from a gas leak, with air in the presence of an ignition source. Gas explosions can be caused by a variety of causes including a gas leak, faulty appliances or other sources. Burn injuries can result from a gas explosion or other type of explosion. Sometimes, burning or overheating electrical devices can cause explosions that leave serious burns or chemical burns. Depending on the type of explosion and the severity of the injuries, you may need to hire an experienced Austin explosion injury lawyer to investigate your case.
Gas explosions and other types of explosions that cause severe burn injuries are preventable. Depending on the case, a gas explosion attorney can help you recover damages including medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
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