This Fort Lauderdale Burn Injury Lawyer works hard for his clients. He achieves recoveries for victims of burns happening anywhere in the State of Florida. For example, he represents clients in South Florida and in Broward County.
Burn injuries typically result from fires. Fires can start due to all types of reasons, but one frequent cause of fires is a vehicle defect. Vehicles are designed and manufactured to not ignite after an accident. However, they are not always designed or manufactured properly. A vehicle fuel system defect can cause a vehicle fire before, during or after an accident.
If a vehicle fire is triggered by an accident, the cabin of a vehicle can fill with flames. In this situation, the occupants of a vehicle can be badly burnt. Depending on the severity of an accident, the occupants of a vehicle may not be able to escape the cabin. In this case, their lives are at risk. If they tragically pass away, then their loved ones might be stuck pursuing a wrongful death case. If they are rescued and survive, then they will most likely be stuck with bad burns.
If you sustain burns in a crash happening anywhere in the State of Florida, dial 954-448-7288 to speak to this Fort Lauderdale Burn Injury Law Firm. Mr. Quackenbush will gladly give you a free, no obligation consultation. Should you make the choice to hire Mr. Quackenbush, he will represent you on contingency. This indicates that he won’t charge you anything up front. In fact, Mr. Quackenbush won’t get paid for his time until you’ve made a recovery in your case, so there is absolutely no risk to you.Legal Counsel from this Fort Lauderdale Burn Injury Lawyer
Burn injuries can also occur due to malfunctioning of other types of products. For example, household products may occasionally malfunction and spontaneously ignite. If this occurs, you may catch on fire and be badly burnt. When this happens, you may be able to pursue a products liability case against the manufacturer of the product. There may have been a defect in the design of the product, or there may have been a problem with the way it was manufactured.
If there was a problem with the design of the product, then the problem has probably occurred multiple times to multiple people. This Broward County Burn Injury Attorney will emphasize this in your case. After all, this will serve to put on notice the designer and/or manufacturer of the product. The more times it occurred before your incident, the more responsible is the designer or manufacturer of the product. If the problem was happening before your incident, then the designer or manufacturer should have known about it and should have done something about it!This South Florida Burn Injury Attorney Achieves Recoveries on Behalf of Clients
Should you sustain burns in a car accident, you may wind up with permanent scars. This is important because, at least with the way the law currently stands in the State of Florida, you must prove you have a permanent injury in order to gain compensation for pain & suffering after a car crash. Typically, you are entitled to receive compensation for three things in a personal injury case: your medical bills, your lost wages and your medical bills. You do not need a permanent injury in order to achieve compensation for the first two. However, due to Florida’s current “No-fault” law, you do need to prove that you have a permanent injury due to an accident in order to recover compensation for pain and suffering as a result of that accident. This South Florida Burn Injury Lawyer can help you to prove this.
This is important because scars can count as permanent injuries. For example, if you sustain burns in an accident but those burns eventually go away, you won’t have a permanent injury in the form of those burns. However, if those burns end up leaving scarring (which they frequently do), then you will be able to recover compensation for pain and suffering as the result of a permanent injury in the form of those scars.Work Alongside a Broward County Burn Injury Law Firm
Should you sustain a burn in an accident which happened anywhere in the State of Florida, call 954-448-7288 to contact Mr. Quackenbush for a free, no obligation consultation. If you make the choice to ask Mr. Quackenbush to represent you, he will work on contingency. This means that he won’t receive any compensation up front. In fact, this Broward County Burn Injury Lawyer will only receive compensation for his time working on your case once you’ve made a recovery. Therefore, there is absolutely no risk to you whatsoever.