Burn Injury Lawyer in Chicago
Is there a Burn Injury in Your Family?
Burn injuries are the third highest cause of death in the United States. Worldwide burn injuries cause 300,000 deaths annually. For those who survive, they are debilitating emotionally and physically and are among the most expensive to treat. Nearly half of burn injuries are suffered in child injury cases to innocent victims under age 18. The second largest affected group is the elderly. Where you or a family member has been burned due to the negligence of another, you are urged to seek compensation. You may contact a
personal injury lawyer in Chicago.
Compensation for Burn Injuries
Where a person is injured due to another's wrongdoing, it is possible to recover the following damages:
- Medical expenses
- Ambulance bills
- Hospital bills
- Rehabilitation expenses
- Loss of income
- Lost earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
Included in these damages are surgery for needed skin grafts and compensation for disfigurement. If death results, the family may sue for wrongful death.
Chicago Burn Injury Attorney
Our purpose is to do all we can to make things better for victims of burn accidents. We are Steven J. Morton & Associates Ltd., a burn injury law firm serving the Chicago, Illinois area. In the more than 30 years since we opened our doors, we have won thousands of settlements worth millions for our clients.
When we take on a client, we listen to our client describe what happened and then set about creating a case for recovery. This includes interviewing witnesses and investigating the scene of the accident. We call on a network of accident reconstruction experts and medical experts as needed to build our case. We make every effort to negotiate a fair settlement with the insurance company. If the company proves unreasonable, however, we are ready to take the case to trial to achieve justice. Our goal is that our client gets all the care and compensation needed to fully recover and lead a happy, productive life.
Contact a Burn Injury Lawyer in Chicago at the firm to discuss your case.