Victims of fires and burns can suffer lasting harm. In addition to physical pain and emotional suffering, burn injuries in a city like Chicago, can result in a loss of income, accumulation of expensive medical bills, and even lasting changes to your quality of life.
Your burn injuries may have been caused by certain unavoidable circumstances. Burn injuries can result from unsafe working conditions, apartment fires, defective fire safety products, faulty wiring, unsafe building conditions, and more.
Negligent Chicago landlords, businesses, property owners and managers, employers, or even unsafe products, may be responsible for your burn injuries. Even if only part of your burn injuries is due to another’s wrongdoing, our team may be able to help you seek a settlement.
You should not have to suffer further from injuries and hardships caused by another’s lack of care. Our team knows that recovering from a burn injury is difficult enough without the added worry of medical costs and lost income. Ben Crump Law, PLLC may be able to help you seek a settlement to ease your losses with the help of our Chicago burn injuries lawyer team.
We have success dealing with matters in the area of personal injury law, and we are ready to work for you. Contact our team today at (844) 638-1822.
What You Should Know About Chicago Burn Injuries Lawsuits
Serious burns require serious treatment. Severe burns could require hospitalization, need of breathing assistance, or use of a feeding tube. IV fluids and drugs to fight anxiety, infection, and pain may be necessary. Skin grafts, plastic surgery, and ongoing physical therapy are all potential needs of burn patients. Victims may also need emotional support and months of continued care. Even minor burn injuries in Chicago can result in doctor visits, need of medication, and time lost at work.
Burn injuries can be painful and traumatic, and you and your loved ones have suffered enough. You should be able to focus on healing and should not have to worry about the costs of your recovery, especially if your accident was not your own fault.
If someone else was negligent, they should be held responsible. They should pay their fair share in your recovery and share the costs for treatments needed to get back to your normal way of life.
Bars, hotels, restaurants, and other public businesses have a responsibility for the conditions of their property. Employers have a responsibility to provide a safe work environment. Companies are responsible for the safety of their products. All public spaces must have proper fire detection equipment, a fire safety plan, and other fire prevention methods in place in case of a fire, according to the City of Chicago.
Chicago burn injuries can happen because of apartment fires, workplace accidents, automobile accidents, or even due to faulty wiring, defective electrical cords, or the use of unsafe chemicals.
If some else’s negligence contributed to your accident, you have the right to seek compensation. Ben Crump Law, PLLC can help you fight for awards for pain and suffering, medical costs, physical therapy and ongoing treatment, permanent disability, lost wages, and more.
Contact our team if you believe your injury was caused by:
- A Chicago property owner’s failure to properly display or post state-required fire safety procedures or provide required fire exits.
- A Chicago property owner’s failure to provide working smoke detectors as required by Illinois law.
- Faulty fire protection devices.
- Unsafe fire escapes or lack of required fire escapes.
- Failure to ensure working fire extinguishing equipment, including fire hydrants.
- Unsafe products.
- An unsafe workplace.
- Defective or harmful products.
- Unsafe building conditions.
- Scalding water or pipes.
- An automobile or trucking accident.
- An electrical accident.
- Any other negligence by a business owner, property owner or manager, employer, landlord, or public venue.
Illinois law gives plaintiffs two years from the date of injury to file a burn injuries lawsuit. Even if the accident was partially your fault, you can still seek awards. Illinois Civil Procedure 735 ILCS 5/2-1116 states that as long as the liable party’s responsibility for the accident is greater than 50 percent, you can sue for compensation in proportion to that responsibility.
Our team can help you identify the awards that you may be entitled to, and we will fight for the best possible settlement for you. We are not afraid to take on difficult cases. Reach out to our team today to begin.
For a free legal consultation with a burn injuries lawyer, call (844) 638-1822
Ben Crump Law, PLLC Can Help You Seek Awards
Seeking justice does not have to be intimidating or overwhelming. With a Ben Crump Law, PLLC Chicago burn injuries lawyer, you can receive help during the legal process. Our team will do everything in our power to help you seek a fair judgement for your injuries, so that you can focus on your recovery.
Our Chicago burn injuries lawyer team can help you identify the parties involved in your injury and help you secure evidence for your case. We will try to help you prove that the negligent party was responsible for more than 50 percent of your accident. Do not settle for less than you deserve. We will work to negotiate for you, and if necessary, represent your case in court. Our goal is to get you the best possible outcome.
Whether you are standing up against an individual landlord, large hotel chain, or major manufacturer, we will not shy away from the tough cases. We will help you seek awards for the costs of your medical treatment, continued care, past and future lost wages, and loss of personal property. We can help seek compensation for physical pain, emotional suffering, permanent disability, and other expenses resulting from your accident.
We will help you shoulder the legal burden so that you can focus on getting better. We have helped past victims collect millions of dollars in settlements for personal injury claims, and we may be able to help you too. Ben Crump Law, PLLC requires you to pay nothing up front and nothing out of pocket. We take our fee from any settlement you may receive.
If you are in the Chicago area, and believe your burn injuries were the result of some else’s negligence, reach out to our team today. You do not have to fight for justice alone. Call Ben Crump Law, PLLC at (844) 638-1822, and talk to our legal team about how we can help.