San Antonio Attorney For Burn Injury Victims
Burns are among the most painful, most disfiguring and most life-threatening injuries. Victims may experience infection, scarring and psychological problems because of serious burns. If the burn was the result of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to significant compensation for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost income and other costs resulting from you injury.
At the Tinsman & Sciano, Inc., we advise and represent people who have suffered burn injuries. Attorney Anderson has more than 35 years of legal experience. This, combined with the medical knowledge he acquired as an army medic commander, enables us to pinpoint the negligence that caused the burn.
Causes Of Burn Injuries | Cases We Handle
Our clients come to us after suffering burns in many different ways, including:
- Surgical errors involving cauterizing instruments
- Improper use of X-Rays
- Caustic liquids or chemicals
- Car accidents
- House fires
- Aircraft accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Hot lights without warnings
Burn Injuries Can Have Lifelong Effects
If you suffer a third-degree burn over as little as 19% of your body, you have a less than 50 percent chance of surviving. The medical routine required to recover from a major burn injury is grueling and involves management of dressings, reconstructive surgeries, infection prevention protocols and special bathing techniques. Burn victims speak of unbearable pain during the treatment of their injuries.
If this has happened to you or a loved one, it is important to understand your rights and options. You may have significant medical, physical and financial obstacles ahead. Speak with an attorney to learn how you can meet the challenges arising from a serious burn injury.
In cases involving negligence by a government employee, our firm helps injury victims bring federal tort claims. We can explain your options and help you start your case by filing Standard Form 95 (SF95).
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We handle injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we do not charge a fee unless we recover compensation for you. Call 210-610-7360 today or contact us via email to arrange a free consultation.