Burn Accidents

Approximately 2.4 million burn injuries are reported in the United States each year of which 650,000 are treated by medical professionals resulting in 75,000 hospitalizations. In addition, statistics show that at least half of the injuries are preventable.

Causes of burn injuries:

  • Fires
  • Electrical accidents and defective electrical appliances
  • Smoking
  • Cooking accidents
  • Malfunctioning or misused heating equipment, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers or other safety devices
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Explosions
  • Accidents at the construction site

Your burn injury may have involved lengthy treatment, pain, scarring and emotional trauma. You may have sustained medical expenses, lost income, a reduction in your earning capacity, rehabilitation expenses as well as pain and suffering.

With the probability of large medical bills pending, you will need someone to help you to locate and coordinate various sources for the payment of the bills, to help you to minimize insurance liens and to obtain the maximum recovery for you and your family.


If you’ve been injured in a burn accident in Minnesota, Iowa or South Dakota, contact us to get started on resolving your burn case. Remember, consultations with prospective clients on burn injuries are free of charge.