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When Should I Hire a Lawyer After a House Fire injury?

After you, or a loved one, suffered a Miami house fire injury, a personal injury lawyer can help you get the maximum compensation for damages from the individual or company whose negligence caused the injury. What this means is that personal injury lawyers can negotiate settlements for you and the case doesn’t always need to go to court.

Do you feel like you have to ask a lot of questions to understand your or a loved one's burn injury legal claim? Here's a short answer: It's important you consult with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible after a fire injury occurs. A personal injury lawyer can help you gain a better understanding of your claim and the legal steps you need to take. Did you know that not every house fire injury case has to go to trial? If you suffered a house fire injury and the gross negligence or carelessness of a third party directly contributed to your injury, you can make a fire injury claim. A direct cause-result relationship between another’s negligence and the circumstances for your suffering the injury improves your chances of getting a fair settlement for your claim.

Personal injury attorneys can negotiate settlements with the party or parties whose negligence caused your injury, without ending up before a judge and jury in a formal trial setting. Therefore, a trial is not always necessary.

Here are the recommended steps in case of a house fire injury:

  • Make sure that skilled fire injury caregivers and physicians are managing the patient’s recovery. Write down their names in case you'll need them to testify about the patient's pain and suffering.
  • Photograph and videotape all injuries, ongoing treatment, and the area where the fire occurred.
  • Notify the owner in writing and ask that they refrain from demolishing the premises until your forensic fire expert can examine the property.
  • Keep a copy of all medical bills, out-of-the-pocket expenses related to the injury, reports, and news articles.
  • Don't allow the injured to give any statements without speaking to a personal injury lawyer first.

A personal injury lawyer can:

  • Investigate the circumstances of the burn injury
  • Find who is responsible for the injuries and losses
  • And establish liability

Do you want to learn more about your potential fire injury case and feel more secure about where it's heading? Call now our Miami based office for a free case consultation.

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