Skilled Guidance In Burn Injury Cases
There are many different types of burn injuries, including heat, electrical, chemical, radiation or even friction burns. The one thing that they all have in common is that they are catastrophic injuries. The pain suffered when the injury is incurred is only the start of a long and expensive road to recovery that can result in permanent disfigurement.
At Phillips Law, we believe in holding parties accountable when their negligent actions force you and your family to suffer such horrific trauma. During our decades of legal service to clients, we have become fierce advocates who will not stop working until you get the justice you deserve. With an office in Albany, we conveniently represent clients across Georgia.
Your Case Can Be Won Or Lost In The Days That Follow The Accident
During the days that follow a fire, explosion or other accident, burn injury victims and their families are dealing with an unimaginable tragedy. Filing a personal injury lawsuit is likely not a priority at this time, but the truth is that these cases are often won or lost in those few days.
Proving that the injury occurred is rarely an issue, but you must also prove negligence to recover compensation. This requires evidence that is quickly lost in these cases. Vital evidence is often destroyed or lost due to many factors, including structural damage, attempts to clean up the site and even exposure to rain or other weather.
At Phillips Law, we visit the scene immediately to help ensure that any evidence that establishes negligence is preserved, including:
- Building code violations
- Defective or improperly maintained products
- Electrical wiring that was not properly installed
- Gas lines that were not installed properly
- Motor vehicle collisions that involve a fire
- Motorcycle accidents that result in road rash
- Failure to warn of a chemical hazard
Let Us Handle Your Claim For You. Get Started With A Free Consultation.
We understand that a lawsuit may not be something you want to handle immediately after you or a loved one has been injured. You don’t have to. Our firm will take care of the details for you, but you have to tell us about your need for help. Call our office at (229) 212-4125 or send us an email.