In this episode of the National Burn Injury Attorney Podcast we are going to be talking about a very common injury associated with fires.
Even of you don’t sustain a burn you may have smoke inhalation injuries. We will discuss how smoke inhalation injuries occur, the symptoms associated with those injuries and some of the kinds of compensation you can receive in a smoke inhalation injury lawsuit.
In this episode of the podcast we are going to address one of the most heartbreaking issues imaginable…lawsuits that involve burn injuries to children. Children, which include infants, toddlers, adolescents and teenagers can suffer some of the most severe and
On this episode of the National Burn Injury Attorney Podcast we’ll talk about how to recover benefits and financial compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages and other economic and financial losses if you or a loved one suffered burn injuries due to a Mighty Bliss heating pad.
In this episode of the National Burn Injury Attorney Podcast we are going to talk about space heaters, including, some ways you can avoid the danger of a fire caused by a space heater and what do if you have been injured by a defective space heater or a fire cause by the negligence of another.
In this episode of the National Burn Injury Attorney podcast we are going to talk about several topics of interest to burn victims and their families, including a description of possible damages that could occur due to fire and what to do if a utility company is responsible for starting a fire.
Burn Injuries – True, but Upsetting Facts and Statistics According to the American Burn Association, each year there are 1.1 million burn injuries in the United States, which require treatment. Approximately 45,000 of these injuries require hospitalization and approximately 4,500
#1 Thing You Can Do To Protect Yourself Assure you have working smoke alarms. Smoke detectors save lives. A working smoke detector more than doubles someone’s chances of getting out of a burning home alive. This “extra” time is critical