Atlanta Burn Injury Attorney
Atlanta Catastrophic Injuries
A severe burn injury can leave the victim dealing with overwhelming medical expenses, permanent scarring, and missed wages. If someone else’s negligence caused your burn injuries, you have the right to seek financial compensation to cover lost wages, medical costs, and noneconomic damages such as pain
and suffering. Compensation can relieve the financial burden that often accompanies medical treatment and help you find peace of mind about the
future and your finances.
We take no fee for our services until we have successfully settled your case. If you need an experienced burn injury lawyer in Atlanta, you should take advantage of the skilled legal guidance that the team at Henningsen Injury Attorneys, P.C. offers each of our clients. We have secured millions of dollars in compensation for accident victims over the last decade, so you can rest assured that we know what it takes to win a difficult case.
Set up a free case evaluation with our Atlanta firm today!
Why hire Henningsen Injury Attorneys to handle your case?
- We are available to our clients around the clock
- We offer free consultations to all potential clients
- You don’t pay unless we win your case
- We can come to you if you can’t travel to us
- We have already recovered millions in damages
Get the Facts about Burn Injuries
According to the American Burn Association, approximately 450,000 people receive treatment for serious burn injuries in the United States every year. Many of these injuries are treated at specialized burn treatment centers. Burn injuries and fires are responsible for over 3,400 deaths across the nation every year, and more than 40,000 people are hospitalized for severe burns. Approximately 30,000 of these victims are treated at hospital burn centers due to the severity of their injuries.
There are four different categories of burn injuries:
First Degree Burns
These burns affect the outermost layer of skin (the epidermis). The affected skin will usually be red and very painful, but the burn should heal within a week.
Second Degree Burns
These burns affect the second layer of skin (the dermis). The affected skin will usually be moist and appear whitish in color. These burns heal within a few weeks.
Third Degree Burns
These burns extend down to the subcutaneous tissue. The affected skin may appear charred or leathery, and often require skin grafting procedures.
Fourth Degree Burns
These burns can extend all the way down to the muscle and bone, destroying all other layers of tissue and fat. They may also destroy nerves.
Discover Your Legal Options in a Free Case Evaluation
Our Atlanta burn injury attorneys have dedicated their practice exclusively to personal injury cases for the past ten years. We have helped many to recover compensation in both settlements and jury verdicts. Unfortunately, insurance companies do not always have your interests at the forefront. They may try and get
you to accept a settlement that is much less than what you actually deserve. It is important to have experienced and proven legal representation that is working only for your interests.
We have successfully recovered millions in damages for our clients. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss your case. Our accident awyers can provide you with insight and a full review of your case, and advise you of the best way to move forward to pursue compensation. Contact our office today to request a free, no-obligation evaluation of your cases. With Henningsen Injury Attorneys, P.C. on your side, you can have peace of mind that your case is in capable hands.