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What would you do if you or a loved sustained a burn injury due to someone else’s negligent behavior? What would you do? Who would you trust to make sure that authorities held these people responsible for their reckless behavior?
You need a no-nonsense personal injury lawyer who can stand up for your rights. You need someone who’s not afraid to take on big corporations or insurance companies denying responsibility for such irresponsible actions. You need someone who thoroughly understands each state’s unique personal injury laws and knows how to hold such wrongdoers accountable. You need the Slechter Law Firm.
Serving clients in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee, the Louisville-based Slechter Law Firm has years of experience fighting for the rights of burn injury victims. We understand how traumatic and upsetting a burn injury can be for the victim and his or her family. Some severe burns never heal, leaving burn victims with a constant and inescapable reminder of what may have been one of the worst ordeals of their lives.
Serving burn injury victims in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee with dignity and respect
Often, burn injuries are the direct result of another party’s negligent or reckless actions. That’s why it’s crucial that you or your family takes action immediately against whoever caused such burns. By doing so, your actions may very well save someone else and prevent a similar incident from happening again in the future.
Burns are categorized as first, second, or third degree. First-degree burns are the least severe, involving only a reddening of the skin, while third degree burns are the worst, involving full thickness tissue damage and possibly death. If a loved one died as a result of his or her burn injuries, you may have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit.
Burns often occur several ways. Some of the most common causes of burn injuries due to someone else’s reckless behavior include:
- Scalding – may be caused by defective hot water heaters or the improper containment of hot liquids
- Improperly secured toxic chemicals
- Electricity – for example, due to defective products or faulty construction
Don’t suffer in silence. Take action. Victims of these accidents caused by someone else may be entitled to financial compensation for their injuries. And even if your case seems straightforward, don’t be so sure. That’s why you need the Slechter Law Firm in your corner, fighting for your rights.
Contact us today, schedule a free case evaluation and discover why so many people have trusted us for so many years. To reach us by phone, please call (502) 384-7400 or toll-free at (855) 598-7425. We treat clients with dignity and respect. We don’t dictate what to do. We listen. We offer suggestions. And we leave the final decision up to you. That’s what separates us from other law firms.
The Slechter Law Firm – we’re here to serve you, every step of the way.