New Jersey Burn Injury Lawyers
Don’t Suffer in Silence
Of the millions of reported burn injuries in the United States each year,
a majority are caused by the negligent actions of another person or corporation.
Burn injuries are extremely painful, and, depending on the severity of
the burn, can lead to physical disfigurements and disabilities. If you’re
the victim of a burn injury, contact Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at
Law to file a claim and pursue compensation.
Common causes of burn injuries include:
- Traffic collisions
- Work accidents
- Clinical negligence
- Medical negligence
- Electrical burns
- Chemical burns
- Defective products
- Recreational fires
If you or someone close to you is the victim of a burn injury, call Brandon
J. Broderick, Attorney at Law at (201) 870-1909 to evaluate your legal options.
Your Legal Case
Burn injuries often lead to
personal injury and
product liability claims. If you’re the victim of a burn injury, it’s important
to discuss your case with a lawyer as soon as possible. The cost of treating
a burn injury can be astronomical depending on the severity of your burns
and the medical treatments you require. Some burn injuries can even necessitate
life-long care. This can be financially devastating to a victim who is
already suffering the emotional and physical consequences of their injury.
If you’ve experienced 2nd and 3rd degree burns due to the negligence of others, you may be entitled to compensation
for injuries. By hiring a personal injury lawyer, you can strive for maximum
compensation to help alleviate your financial burden for medical bills,
lost wages and, pain and suffering.
You can claim compensation for:
- General damages
- Special damages
- Medical care
- Mobility aids
- Loss of wages
- Loss of earning capacity
Schedule a Free Consultation
Contact Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law if you are interested in
filing a personal injury claim. The statute of limitations in New Jersey
prohibits a victim from filing a claim after 2 years, so it’s important
you act with haste. New Jersey follows the discovery rule, so contact
our lawyers to see if an extension, if needed, is possible. Our personal
injury attorneys will advocate for you in court by conducting an investigation
and negotiating for maximum compensation.
Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law
at (201) 870-1909 to schedule a free consultation.