FAQs - Burn Injury

  • 10 Mar 2020
    Can You Sue If You Get Burned At Work In Phoenix?
    You can file for workers’ compensation if you suffer any type of injury at your workplace in Arizona. However, depending on the circumstances of your burn, you may be able to file a personal injury claim to cover your medical expenses and lost wages, among other costs. It is important to understand that
  • 03 Feb 2020
    What Is the Average Settlement Value for a Burn Injury Claim?
    There is no way to estimate the average settlement value for a burn injury claim in Phoenix because the amount a victim may receive after a burn depends on the severity of their injury and the circumstances surrounding their case. Arizona is an at-fault state, meaning that the victim must prove the liabili
  • 20 Jan 2020
    Can You Sue a Restaurant For a Burn?
    If you suffer a burn that results in an injury at a Phoenix, Arizona restaurant, you have the right to sue in a personal injury lawsuit. If you are going to sue a restaurant for a burn, however, you must have sought medical care for the burn. Once you have documented evidence of your burn from a doctor, yo
  • 20 Jan 2020
    Can I Sue for Chemical Burns?
    Should you suffer burns from exposure to chemicals on the job or while visiting a business, you have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit. You do need to prove negligence on the part of someone else to sue for chemical burns in Phoenix. Chemical exposure can result in extremely serious injuries for
  • 14 Jan 2020
    Do I Really Need a Lawyer for a Burn Injury Case?
    Sometimes a burn can be the result of someone’s negligence, and you could have a case to collect financial awards. Each case is different, though, and you will have to decide whether you need the help of a lawyer. Before making that decision, you should know how a lawyer can help you pursue compensation aft

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