Louisville Burn Injury Lawyers
Knowledgeable Louisville Personal Injury Attorneys on Your Side
Have you been injured in a fire and suffered burn injuries? Burn injuries are extremely painful and often require months or years of treatment. Unfortunately, many dangerous fires caused by negligence, dangerous workplace conditions, or defective products could have been prevented.
If you were hurt in a fire caused by negligent behavior or as a result of hazardous conditions, our Louisville personal injury attorneys at Bahe Cook Cantley & Nefzger PLC can help you seek compensation and justice.
Seeking Compensation for Burn Injuries
These types of injuries require rehabilitation and painful surgeries which are quite expensive. Being injured in a fire may leave you unable to work, return to your normal lifestyle, and permanently disfigured or scarred. Our legal team understands the severity of pain and suffering which being hurt in a fire can bring, and we are here to support you. We can help you to file a personal injury claim against the person or party who caused the fire that has brought you so much physical and emotional pain.
The most common causes of burn injuries include:
- Apartment building and residential home fires
- Office building or workplace fires
- Hotel, store, and restaurant fires
- Workplace explosions and refinery fires
- Defective products
- Car fires (fluid leaks, crashes, etc.)
- Electrical failures or problems
- Lack of safety devices or smoke detectors
- Chemical or flammable clothing fires
Representing Burn Injury Victims in Louisville
A fire accident may seem like just that, but it is important that you retain the services of a Louisville personal injury attorney to investigate the matter. There may be more to the incident than meets the eye, such as a negligent property owner or manager who knew there was a problem and failed to fix it. Our priority is to bring your case to justice and ensure you receive the compensation you need and deserve.
We would like to offer you a free case consultation to discuss your options. If you have been injured by any type of fire or burn, please call our office at (502) 587-2002.