Augusta, Georgia, Burn Injury Lawyers
The physical and financial impact of a burn injury can be significant. Serious second and third degree burn injuries often require extensive reconstructive surgery, skin grafts, and extended recovery time.
At Shepard, Plunkett & Hamilton, LLP, our lawyers work closely with medical economists and life care planners in determining the true financial impact of a burn injury on our client.
Working from established and known medical costs as documented by HMOs and insurance industry data, we look at current and future costs involving surgery, extended physical therapy, pain medication, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
If you or a family member has suffered a serious burn injury, contact a personal injury lawyer at Shepard, Plunkett & Hamilton, LLP today to schedule an appointment and discuss your case.
Burn Injuries and Accidents Caused by Negligence
Working with accident investigators, safety experts, and medical specialists, our office represents people burned in accidents involving the following:
- Industrial explosions
- Chemical burns
- Refinery fires
- Hotel or motel fires
- Electrical cord fires
- Failed smoke detectors or sprinkler systems
- Car or truck accidents
- OSHA and other safety violations
Reaching Out to Clients When They Need Help the Most
We realize burn victims need time to recover from the injuries. That’s why we’re prepared to travel and meet with clients so we can begin the process of initiating an investigation and securing evidence.
We have represented clients who have been transferred to the Joseph M. Still Burn Center located in Augusta after being airlifted from refinery fires, industrial explosions, and auto accidents. Working with fire investigators and safety consultants, we expose negligence and code violations that are often involved in fires and workplace accidents.
Contact Our Burn Injury Attorneys Today
There are unique issues involved in fire investigations. Our lawyers understand what to look for and how to conduct its own investigation into fires that result from negligence on the part of employers, property owners, or defective products. To schedule an appointment and learn how we can help you, contact Shepard, Plunkett & Hamilton, LLP today.