Cases Involving Serious Burns or Electrocutions
Serious burns and electrocutions can cause severe external and internal physical damage and can sometimes lead to death. Treatment for a serious burn can result in extensive medical treatment in a burn unit, and some patients even require skin grafting. At Clary Suba & Associates, we understand the physical and mental trauma of a serious burn or electrocution. Because medical expenses are such a huge part of the consequences of a burn accident, it is essential that you are able to afford the necessary treatment. In the case of a serious burn or electrocution, we will help you receive compensation for the harm caused to you or your loved one, which will help you pay for increasingly expensive medical bills.
A Few Important Things to Know About Cases Involving Serious Burns or Electrocutions
According to the National Institute of Health, burns and electrocutions are the result of heat, sunlight radiation, chemicals, or electricity damaging your skin and other tissues.
The National Institute of Health reports that gases, hot liquids, steam, and flammable liquids combined with fire are the most common causes of burns.
Third-degree burns are the most serious type of burn and damage the deepest layer of skin as well as underlying tissues, such as muscles. Third-degree burns sometimes require skin grafting, and treatment can be very expensive. Second-degree burns, which damage the top two layers of skin, can also be quite serious. First-degree burns are the least serious and damage only the outer layer of skin.
A burn from electrocution may not appear as serious as a burn from fire, but the internal damage nevertheless can be very serious.