There are several different types of burns depending upon their severity. The most common type of burn injuries are first-degree burns, which are considered mild. Second-degree burns are more painful and can result in blistering to the skin. Third and fourth-degree burns are the most severe types of burns and have the potential to do serious bodily harm. If severe enough they can lead to death. If you’ve been burned because of another person’s negligence, you may not know what to do to begin to recover. This is why you should turn to an experienced burn personal injury attorney at our Boston, Massachusetts law firm to get you through this complicated process. Call 617-787-3700, 24/7, to speak with an expert injury lawyer.
There was $225,000 worth of structural damage and one person was injured with what do not seem to be significant injuries after a fire ripped through a home in Sykesville, New Hampshire. He was the only person in the house when the fire broke out, which was believed to have started in the attic. The victim was taken to the Johns Hopkins Burn Center. He is being treated for both first and second-degree burns to his arms and feet. It took the Sykesville, New Hampshire Volunteer Fire Department about 45 minutes to get the flames under control and it was completely out within 90 minutes.
If you or a loved one have suffered burn injuries as a result of the negligence of another, you may be entitled to substantial damages that can help you begin to recover from your pain and suffering, including any lost wages and outstanding medical expenses which you have endured. To discuss your burn injury claim with an experienced burn injury lawyer please contact the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates, 24/7, by phone at 617-787-3700 or email us at email@example.com. Call today. Our Boston injury attorney experts will help you. Your needs are our top priority!