4 Common Areas for Serious Burn Injuries

Published on Aug 23, 2018 at 10:00 am in Personal Injury.
4 Common Areas for Serious Burn Injuries

A mild sunburn can cause discomfort and often calls for extra coats of aloe. When a person is severely burned, it’s an entirely different world. Recovery can be a long and painful process, resulting in permanent disfigurement or disability.

According to the CDC, 1.1 million burn injuries require medical attention each year. Of those individuals, approximately 4,500 will die from their injuries or complications. Burns are some of the worst pain the body can experience. Many times, burns are caused by preventable accidents.

Common Types of Burn Accidents

The most serious of burn injuries are typically a result of car accidents, industrial accidents, and house fires. With a car fire, a person is likely to get trapped in the vehicle if it’s caught on fire. Industrial burns are often the result of improperly using chemicals or defective equipment. House fires occur for a variety of reasons; however, faulty water heaters and defective smoke alarms or wiring are common causes.

How Do I Know if I Need a New Personal Injury Attorney?

Published on Jul 2, 2018 at 8:56 am in Personal Injury.
How Do I Know if I Need a New Personal Injury Attorney?

Regardless of how long you’ve been with your personal injury attorney, relationships can change. You may find yourself in a position where you think, for one reason or another, it’s time to search for a new law firm. This can be a stressful decision, especially if you’re in the middle of a case; so you may be uncertain as to whether or not a change is the right call. If you are experiencing any of the following issues, however, it may be time to considering making searching around.

Communication Troubles. Proper communication between an attorney and a client is key to a successful relationship and a successful trial. If you have trouble understanding your attorney because they only speak in confusing legal jargon, ask for clarification. If this issue continues, a larger issue may need to be addressed.

Don’t Let Your Christmas Tree Become a Fire Hazard

Published on Dec 14, 2017 at 9:47 am in Personal Injury.
Don’t Let Your Christmas Tree Become a Fire Hazard

One of the best Christmas traditions is getting a tree and decorated it with a star, lights, and ornaments. People who choose live trees can purchase one already cut or go to a Christmas tree farm and cut their own.

No matter what tree you get, you have to take care of it for it to stay healthy and above all, safe. When trees aren’t properly taken care of, they can dry up and become a serious fire hazard. It doesn’t take much for a dry Christmas tree to catch on fire, and only a few more seconds for it to go up in flames. According to FEMA, about 1 out of every 34 home Christmas tree fires resulted in death.

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