Attorneys Who Understand Burn Injuries
An explosion or fire in a home, at a commercial property or in an industrial setting can cause serious injuries and devastating loss of life. People who breathe in smoke or come in contact with flames or burning chemicals may suffer lung damage and/or third-, second- or first-degree burns. In an industrial workplace, employees may suffer chemical, radiation and laser light burns that can have severe, long-lasting and even fatal consequences.
It is not only heat and chemicals that can cause severe burn injuries. Electrocution can result in the same or similar physical damage, and may also cause a disruption of memory, mood or cognition.
After a life-altering burn or electrical injury, an experienced, dedicated lawyer can help you pursue the compensation and care you need to recover. The Connecticut burn injury attorneys at Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC, in North Haven, Connecticut, have extensive experience handling complex personal injury litigation involving severe and catastrophic burns and electrical injuries.
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We take a comprehensive approach to client recovery in severe burn and electrical injury cases that result in:
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Fatal burns and electrocutions
- Nerve damage
- Psychological or neurological trauma
Serious burns and electrical injuries have major physical, financial, psychological and emotional impacts on individuals and their families. The lawyers at our firm work closely with respected medical specialists, financial planners, life-care consultants, psychologists and vocational rehabilitation experts to assess the immediate and long-term consequences of catastrophic injuries.
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If you need honest answers, sound legal guidance and dedicated representation from a proven personal injury trial lawyer who understands the complexities of legal claims involving burns and electrical injuries, please contact the Connecticut law firm of Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC, for a free initial consultation.