Decades Spent Helping Burn Victims in North Carolina
Whether your burn injury is a chemical burn, an electrical burn, or a burn caused by fire or scalding, the resulting injury will affect your life in a variety of ways. The mental and physical costs of recovering from a burn injury can seem overwhelming. Proper compensation is critical to help you pay for your medical bills, physical therapy, and the counseling you may need to recover from the mental trauma. At Price Petho & Associates P.L.L.C., our personal injury attorneys understand how to properly value serious burn injury cases to help our clients receive fair compensation.
Since 1979, we have been handling personal injury and wrongful death cases resulting from burn injuries and getting significant results in verdicts and settlements. With offices in Charlotte and Rutherfordton, we offer free consultations and take no payment unless we recover money for you.
Call the legal professionals at Price Petho & Associates P.L.L.C. by dialing (704) 850-6322.
Building an Effective Burn Injury Case
There are two parts of any personal injury case that must be proven in order for the injured person to be compensated. First, our lawyers must prove who was at fault, and second, our attorneys must establish the full cost of the injuries over a lifetime.
There are many potential causes of burn injuries, such as those caused by:
- Explosions or toxic spills in the workplace
- Collisions with cars or trucks or defects in a car’s gas tank or fuel line
- Defects in space heaters or other household products causing a fire
- Scalding burns when building management in an apartment complex fails to keep water heaters at a proper temperature
- Negligent management of live electrical wires at a construction site
The amount of your financial recovery depends upon your current and future medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We work with medical experts, rehabilitation experts, life care planners, and economists to understand the full financial impact of your burns and scarring.