Burn Injury Attorneys In Cleveland
Fires have the destructive power to cause significant burn injuries, smoke inhalation injuries and other life-threatening injuries. Fires can also result in significant property damage, leaving victims with both physical and financial hardship. If you or a loved one has been injured in a fire accident caused by the negligence of another, or you need legal advocacy for a fire property damage claim, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney.
At Bashein & Bashein, we can help you seek fair and just compensation for your losses, including medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering, and other physical and emotional hardships. We can also help you with all aspects of your property damage claim, so you have the financial resources you need to make it through this difficult time.
If you or a loved one has been injured or lost property in a house fire, commercial property fire or any type of fire, we encourage you to contact us today for a free consultation with one of our dedicated burn injury lawyers in Cleveland.
Fires And Burn Injuries
People who are injured in fires suffer greatly, as burn injuries are extremely painful and difficult to treat. Fire victims often suffer smoke inhalation injuries as well.
A burn injury victim may require multiple surgeries, skin grafts, physical therapy, adapted living quarters and other expensive needs.
Our attorneys are aggressive litigators who fight for maximum compensation for burn injury victims. We understand the physical, emotional and financial burden you face, and our burn injury lawyers are here to help.
Investigating Fire Accidents
We have the experience and resources to uncover the underlying causes of fire accidents and to identify liable parties. We consult with leading investigators who help us find the facts in fire accident cases, which often exposes negligence on the part of a property owner, product manufacturer or other party.
Sometimes a fire can be blamed on no one, but fire stoppage issues allowed the fire to burn to a greater extent than it should have. In these cases, property owner negligence is often to blame. Property owners bear a responsibility to install proper fire safety measures such as smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, standpipe systems and proper building materials. Failure to do so can result in serious and fatal injuries that could have been avoided.