Burn Injury

The American Burn Association reports that every year in the United States, around 1.1 million burn injuries require medical treatment. The definition of a burn is damage to tissue due to agents like chemicals or heat. Burns can result from a variety of causes:

  • Car accidents;
  • Explosions caused by gas and other flammable liquid fuel;
  • Exposure to scalding or very hot water;
  • Electrical accidents;
  • Industrial accidents;
  • Making fires;
  • Spilling gasoline;
  • Use of matches and lighters; and
  • Defective candles.

People with severe burns typically require trained care to help them handle the long-term physical and psychological effects that stem from their injuries. Francisco G. Medina is familiar with the issues that arise in serious burn cases. We understand that immediately after surviving this kind of trauma, you will be focused on paying your medical bills, averting further financial hardship because of lost wages, and ensuring that future treatments are covered by the insurance company.

The Law Offices of Francisco G. Medina will handle your case with sensitivity, efficiency, and expertise. We will take the time to talk with you about your situation, go over your legal options, and work with all the relevant parties to resolve all the issues appropriately.

If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury, call us at 713-869-7030 (or toll free at 1-800-499-9893), or contact us online for a FREE consultation to discuss your legal options.