How can The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary help victims injured after devastating house fires?

An experienced personal injury attorney can help you file a burn injury claim to maximize the financial compensation you can recover according to the extent of your damages, severity of the burns, medical services you needed, loss of wages, disfigurement, or permanent scarring.

House fire accidents can be caused by several factors, including faulty wiring, electrical appliances, and even defective products. These types of accidents carry not only a tremendous financial impact but can also cause physical and emotional damage.

Were you seriously injured in a house fire caused by the negligence of an individual or company? First and foremost our heart goes out to you and your family.

These types of injuries can be severe and healing can be slow, painful, and difficult. Please keep in mind that you don't need to go through this stressful experience alone.

A competent lawyer can help you get through your challenging period and obtain equitable compensation for your fire injuries. It's important to know that you have the legal right to file a claim for burn injury compensatory damages to recover various expenses such as:

  • medical bills and treatment
  • lost salary or wages
  • other economic damages
  • non-economic damages

If you were injured due to someone else's negligent acts, violations, or omissions of the law, you have the right to file an injury claim. Proving the elements of negligence are related to the legal duty of care that was breached and caused the resulting injuries. 

Our Florida-based personal injury law firm can help you obtain the maximum amount of compensation possible for the extensive injuries you sustained. Based on the cause of the fire and the nature of your injuries, these are some of the factors that should be considered when determining the fair compensation for your house fire injury case:

  • the severity of your burns or other injuries
  • the medical procedures and treatment required
  • the possibility or impossibility to recover from the injuries
  • job loss or limitations due to the injuries
  • the extent of disfigurement or permanent scarring

Ready to start building your house fire injury case? Call us today for a free consultation and to help you determine what are the next steps you should take.

Disclaimer: Please note that the information provided on this site is not formal legal advice, also the site does not allow you to form an attorney-client relationship.