Handling Severe Burn Injury Cases
According to the United States Fire Administration, there are approximately 1.25 million reported burn injury cases each year. Of those, more than 100,000 victims die – whether from sustained injuries or from burn-related infections. Burn injuries are third leading cause of wrongful death nationwide.
At the Atlanta, Georgia law office of Mitchell & Shapiro, burn injury lawyer Richard C. Mitchell provides aggressive, personalized representation to catastrophic injury victims statewide. Our personal injury attorneys understand the immense physical, emotional, and financial damages burn injury victims endure. With numerous successful injury lawsuits to our credit, Mitchell & Shapiro has the experience needed to help you obtain the just compensation to which you are entitled. To schedule a free consultation and case evaluation, contact our Atlanta, Georgia burn injury lawyers today.
The skin, the body’s largest organ, is responsible for a number of important functions, from protecting a person’s internal organs from external conditions and dangerous diseases to regulating temperature and enabling sensation through touch. Serious burn injuries can impair, even eliminate, these functions and cause serious damage to the entire body.
Full Thickness Burns
Full thickness burns, or third-degree burns, affect all layers of the skin and may even cause damage to underlying tissue. Third-degree burn injury victims often face permanent scarring and endure an extreme amount of pain.
Burn Injury Lawsuits
Atlanta, Georgia burn injury lawyer Richard C. Mitchell helps victims achieve the fair compensation to which they are entitled. If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury, you may be able to recover damages for:
- Hospital, surgical, ambulance bills, and other medical expenses
- Physical therapy and other rehabilitation costs
- Lost income and diminished earning capacity
- Distress, anguish, pain and suffering
Contact Our Atlanta, Georgia Burn Injury Lawyers
If you or a loved one has suffered severe burn injuries and are seeking representation from a skilled trial lawyers, look no further than the law office of Mitchell & Shapiro. Atlanta, Georgia burn injury lawyer Richard C. Mitchell can help you maximize your claim. Since the firm’s establishment in 1997, we have successfully recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients.
To discuss your burn injury claim with personal injury attorney Richard C. Mitchell, contact the Atlanta, Georgia, law office Mitchell & Shapiro. Serving Fulton County, Cobb County, DeKalb County, Clayton County, Gwinnett County and beyond, we can help you recover the fair compensation to which you are entitled.