Damages Associated with Severe Burn Injuries
Oftentimes, when an accident victim makes an injury claim, they seek damages for medical bills and lost wages. For victims suffering from severe burns, other damages may be sought from the party responsible for the accident.
These damages include:
- Physical pain & suffering: The physical pain and suffering from severe burns does not usually end quickly. Those injured often go through months or years of painful surgeries and treatments. Pain and suffering are large components of compensation in a burn injury case.
- Loss of consortium: This usually refers to the intimacy in a relationship between spouses. Loss of consortium can also include the ability of a parent to enjoy their children. In most states, burn injury victims are entitled to recover losses for spousal and parenting hardships
- Mental and emotional suffering: This can be a significant aspect for determining an award in a burn injury case. Mental and emotional anguish can lead to severe trauma and depression.
- Loss of property: Often, burn injuries result in property damage. In addition to any modifications made to their property to accommodate rehabilitation, burn victims are entitled to recovery for any property that has been destroyed as result of their injury.
For severe burn victims, it is possible to live a full, comfortable life. However, doing so requires ongoing medical treatment and care to accommodate your needs. Our aggressive legal team has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our injury clients and we are ready to assess your case. Let us help you pursue the money you deserve.
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