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Practical Advice About Burn Injury Cases

Burn injuries can inflict terrible pain and serious, lasting damage. If you have suffered such an injury in a fire, chemical spill or electrical accident, you may have a long road to recovery ahead of you.

With a difficult journey like this ahead, it is important to get the caring and competent legal assistance you need as you seek just compensation for your injuries. At Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in New Haven, we have the skills and experience to protect your rights and hold responsible parties accountable for the harm they caused you.

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Sometimes burn injuries happen in high-profile industrial accidents, such as the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in Texas that killed 15 people. More often, however, these injuries occur below the national radar — but with devastating consequences for the people who are burned and their families.

Negligence And Burn Injuries

In many cases, the cause of a fire or explosion that resulted in death or serious injuries is negligence or misconduct by a responsible party. Forms of negligence can include:

  • Building or fire code violations
  • Defective smoke alarms
  • Poorly maintained electrical transformers
  • Failure to attend promptly to downed power lines
  • Health and safety violations in the workplace

These are only some of the hazards that put Connecticut residents at risk of burns, electrocution and other related accidents.

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No matter which type of burn injury is involved, our attorneys know how to help you pursue the compensation to which you are entitled. As soon as you get in touch with us, we can begin gathering evidence about what caused your accident, as well as medical records that show how badly you were hurt.

Contact us today at our office in New Haven to schedule a free initial consultation.

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