Burn Injury Lawyers in Dayton, OH
Ohio Burn Injury Lawsuits
Statistics from Ohio and elsewhere indicate that fires and burns are the fifth most common cause of unintentional deaths in the U.S. Fire and burn injuries can result from multiple causes, including:
- Defective product
- Industrial explosions
- Flammable materials
- Gas explosions
- Hot liquid burns
- Motor vehicle fires
- Building fires
- Household fires
- Radiation burns from x-rays or tanning beds
- Surgical burns
A burn injury can require painful skin grafts, surgical debridement, multiple wound checks, plastic surgery, and a long recovery process. Burn victims are also highly susceptible to infections. For many burn injury victims, full recovery could be months or even years away. It is essential for a burn victim to obtain the compensation needed to cover medical bills for surgeries and rehabilitation, as well as lost wages while they are unable to work.
At Wright & Schulte LLC, our accident attorneys have successfully assisted hundreds of Ohio burn injury victims recover substantial compensation from those responsible. Our burn injury lawyers work closely with specialists in accident reconstruction and medicine to pinpoint the causes of an accident and to accurately calculate the amount of compensation our clients are due. The burn injury attorneys at Wright Schulte always take an aggressive stance when negotiating with defendants’ insurance companies, to ensure that they treat our clients fairly. Insurance companies are aware of Wright Schulte’s reputation as a tough advocate for burn injury victims, and they know our personal injury lawyers are always ready to go to trial if they refuse to negotiate in good faith. Our Ohio accident attorneys will never let an insurance company pressure you into accepting a burn injury settlement that is anything less than fair.
Ohio Burn Injury Lawsuit Evaluations
If you or a loved one sustained a severe burn injury due to another’s negligence, and you’re looking for an Ohio personal injury law firm that will guarantee the caring, personalized and loyal representation you deserve, please do not hesitate to contact Wright & Schulte LLC today. Ohio state law sets a two-year statute of limitations for lawsuits regarding personal injury, medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and property damage, so it’s important to act quickly. For a free, no-obligation legal evaluation of your case, simply fill out the online form on the right, or give Wright & Schulte LLC a call, at (937)-222-7477.