According to the American Burn Association, approximately 450,000 Americans seek medical treatment for burn injuries each year.

Fires and burn injuries are a leading cause of home fatalities in the United States, with about 85 percent of burn injuries occurring at home. Nearly all of these deaths and injuries are preventable, with factors such as a lack of smoke detectors and influence of alcohol sited in many cases of burn injuries and deaths.

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Burn scarring is an unavoidable complication of burn injuries.

Minor burns may heal without scarring. In severe cases, burn scarring may be permanent. Depending on the severity of the burn injury, burn scarring may also cause functional damage to the affected area. Burn patients often have difficulty recovering from the psychological impact of burn scarring. With developments in burn treatment, burn scarring has been significantly reduced in the past decades.

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Are you looking for a burn accident injury attorney to help you obtain monetary recovery for damages you suffered in a burn accident? The team at DWKMR&S is on call to help assess your potential for legal action. We provide multiple ways for prospective clients to connect with us. We will respond to you quickly, and your consultation with us is free and private. While our office is located in Orlando, our firm has the resources and connections to handle a burn litigation & compensation nationwide.

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Relevant News & Burn Information

Stay up to date with the most recent legal news in burn injury litigation. Our blog hosts recent stories, updates in burn injury law, and dives deeper into your legal rights after a burn accident.

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Orlando Burn Injury Support

Each year in the U.S, roughly 450,000 patients seek professional medical attention for burn injuries. When facing minor burns, patients may fully recover in a matter of a few days. However, patients who suffer severe burns must endure intense physical and psychological pain during the burn injury treatment phase. After the treatment phase is over and wounds are healed, scarring and disfigurement may interfere with movement, mobility, the ability to perform daily functions, and the victim’s sense of identity and self-esteem. For most, the effects of a serious burn injury will last a lifetime.

In addition to the physical and emotional burden of a burn injury, patients and their families are also faced with mounting medical bills. Most patients require ongoing treatment and rehabilitation, including surgeries, medications, and various forms of therapy. As a personal injury attorney, I've witnessed first hand the devastating impact of these injuries. I’ve spent years fighting for patients who suffered unnecessary burn injuries due to the negligence or malice of another. I have extensive experience in personal injury litigation, and I’m devoted to obtaining the maximum possible compensation for my clients.

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