Many burn injuries are the direct result of negligence and could have been prevented. Burn injury attorneys investigate the cause of a severe burn injury and aim to discover if responsibility or fault may lie with a manufacturer or other negligent party. If your burn injury is the result of carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation.
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Gas explosions at oil refineries and chemical plants can be devastating for families of the victims. Our lawyers represent victims of gas explosions throughout the US. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a gas explosion, a burn injury attorney can help. We'll help you get the compensation you
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There are many things that can cause a burn injury. Any material that is flammable can be dangerous near heat or open flames. The risk is greater than you might suspect – most people are exposed to electric or gas dangers on a daily basis. Here are a few of the common causes of burn injuries:

Causes of Burn Injuries
Building Fires
Thermal Burns
Chemical Burns
Smoke/Heat Inhalation
Gas Explosions
Fume Ignitions
Gasoline Spills
Flammable Clothing
Motor Vehicle Fires
Flammable Liquids
Water Heater Fires
Hot Liquid Scalding
Defective Products
Work Related Accidents

Examples of common causes of burn injury in the home include barbecue grills, fireworks, candles and electrical appliances.

Burn Injuries & Trauma / Shock
Causes of Burn Injury
Methods of Burn Injury
Degrees of Burn Injury
How to Determine Severity of a Burn

Types of Burn Injuries

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