Fire & Burn Injuries

According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), in 2008 (the latest available statistics) there were 3,650 deaths caused by fire in the United States. As well, nearly 17,000 were injured by fire.

There are many painful and long-term injuries that can stem from non-fatal fire injuries. Among these are burns, which may require multiple operations; scarring of the skin; and complications caused by smoke inhalation.

Death and injury due to fire are typically seen in automobile accidents, other vehicle accidents, building fires, explosions, defective product accidents, heating equipment accidents, and industrial accidents.

Fire & burn injuries typically cause medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses to be incurred.

Elman Law Group gets proven results for fire & burn victims through thorough investigations and multi-decade experience in Illinois case law. This extensive experience allows us to know how much cases are worth – and get you the maximum award possible. In instances where settlement negotiations will not yield sufficient monetary awards, we will go to trial. Elman Law Group has an established reputation as accomplished litigators, which allows us the ability to successfully take cases to trial.

If you have been involved in a fire accident, please contact us immediately to receive a free consultation to discuss your situation. It is in your best interest to start receiving legal counsel immediately.