Part 3: Burn Injury Impact

Welcome to our three part series regarding burn injuries. These blogs are designed to help you understand all you need to know about burn injuries and their causes, degrees, and the overall impact they can have on your life.

Part three of our series discusses the overall long-term impact of a burn injury, the rights and options of a victim, and the ways they can move forward. Our burn injury attorneys are here for you if you need to seek legal action against a negligent party.

Physical Impact

The physical damages of a burn injury are long-lasting, especially with the more severe burns. These are catastrophic injuries that can lead to scars, nerve damage, and harm to the muscles and tendons, all of which can seriously impair a victim.

Financial Impact

Burn injuries often require a lot of medical treatments and surgeries, especially if the burns are of the third degree. Financially, victims have to worry about medical expenses, lost wages from inability to work, and other changes to your lifestyle.

Emotional Impact

Beyond the physical and financial hardships victims face, it must also be considered that they may suffer from emotional trauma. This emotional damage is often even worse than the burn itself, as it can result in fear, anxiety, and the inability to complete certain tasks.

The long-term impact of a burn injury can be daunting to experience and victims of negligence deserve to seek legal action against the party responsible for the damage. This is why it’s important to hire a skilled attorney dedicated to your needs.

At Hare Wynn, our burn injury attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to help injury victims seek compensation and justice. Our firm guides clients, standing side by side from start to finish to protect the rights of those who deserve it most.

Contact our legal team for your free consultation at (855) 997-9319 to speak with us about the details of your case.

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