A car crash can leave drivers and passengers with many sorts of different injuries. Depending on the impact, fires can ensue which can result in burn injuries to drivers and passengers of the vehicle. A severe burn can forever impact the life of the burned victim.
In some car crashes, a fire is started because of the leaking of flammable fluids from the engine block or the gasoline fuel tank or fuel line. These fires can be started on impact because of mechanical failures of vehicle or defects in the safe design of the vehicle. In addition to a claim against the negligent party in a crash like this, the burn injuries that are suffered by drivers and passengers because of the automotive defects in manufacture or design may allow to a claim against the car manufacturer for product liability, breach of warranty and negligence.
In car accidents or motorcycle accidents, burns to the body may be caused by fire, chemical exposure or even electrical shock. The three most common types of burns are chemical burns, electrical burns and thermal burns. Burns to the body can be very serious in fact, can be deadly. Burn injuries are treated with removal of the damaged tissue. This is done to permit the skin to heal itself. Sometimes the skin is so badly damaged that skin grafting is required.
If you or someone you know or love has been involved in an auto accident, motorcycle or truck accident in Illinois causing burn injuries, please call us for an immediate free consultation. Robert Kreisman of Kreisman Law Offices has been handling Chicago and Illinois car accident cases for more than 40 years.
Kreisman Law Offices has prevailed in trials and settlements in Chicago, Illinois and surrounding areas and successfully resolved cases for severely injured clients for over these many years.
With our years of experience in trying and settling car accident cases, Kreisman Law Offices provides the best possible services to our clients and have achieved unsurpassed results. Our service is unmatched. Please call us 24 hours a day at (312) 346-0045 or toll free (800) 583-8002 for a free and immediate consultation, or complete a contact form online. There is no charge for a consultation that will include an evaluation of your case, assessment of your damages such as lost income, lost wages, medical and hospital bills, past and future pain and suffering, loss of normal life and wrongful death.