Wilmington Burn Injury Lawyers
We Represent Clients In Burn Injury Cases Anywhere In North Carolina
Burn injuries are among the most painful types of injuries. Depending on the severity of the burn, recovery may require several surgeries, skin grafts, amputation of affected limbs and long-term rehabilitative and occupational therapy. Serious burns can also result in scarring, a lifelong physical reminder of the pain you have endured.
At Rhine Law Firm, P.C., we represent burn injury victims and their families throughout North Carolina in seeking compensation for these financial and noneconomic damages. Our Wilmington burn injury attorneys have decades of legal experience handling catastrophic injury claims - experience that we are ready to put to work for you.
Seeking Fair And Reasonable Compensation For Your Unique Needs
Our lawyers seek the maximum amount of compensation for the medical expenses, long-term care and emotional damages our clients have endured. We handle burn injury claims arising from:
- Industrial accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Electrical fires/electrocution
- House fires or beach fires
- Gas can explosions
- Car fires caused by collisions
Burn injuries are commonly classified by their size - measured by the percentage of total body surface area - and their depth as well as any associated injuries they cause. For example, smoke inhalation or carbon monoxide poisoning also may be a concern. First-degree burns only injure the top layer of skin, while third-degree burns damage all layers of the skin and perhaps the underlying tissue.
Whatever the extent of your injury or that of a loved one, our Wilmington personal injury attorneys can help you take the necessary steps to hold negligent parties accountable. We work to identify all possible avenues of liability so as to maximize your compensation. This includes seeking damages for permanent scarring or disfigurement where applicable.
When It Really Matters - Contact Rhine Law Firm, P.C.
If you or a loved one has sustained a severe burn injury or was electrocuted, we can help. Contact Rhine Law Firm, P.C., at (910) 772-9960 or toll free at (866) 772-9960 for a free initial consultation. Office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments also available.
- Burn Injury Blogs
- Serious Injury re Negligence in North Carolina Hospitals
- What to Do When a North Carolina Crash Results in Serious Injury
- Burns and Traumatic Injury - NIH
- Burns - MedlinePlus
- U.S. Fire Statistics
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