Maryland, Virginia, and D.C.

Fire And Scalding Incidents

Each year, nearly 500,000 people in the U.S. suffer burn injuries serious enough to require medical treatment. In addition, each day an average 300 children in the U.S. require medical care as a result of burns and scalding. In many cases, common household items or appliances such as coffeemakers, stoves and bathtubs cause these injuries.

Burns and scalding injuries can be physically and psychologically devastating to victims. In many cases, the injuries associated with burns require extensive skin grafts, scar revision surgeries and even reconstructive surgery. Even after years of treatment, many victims never fully recover.

Certainly the physical damage caused by burns and scalding is serious (and often, fatal) and can lead to loss of limbs, fingers or toes, damage or loss of eyesight or hearing, as well as loss of cognitive abilities. In addition, the psychological issues often associated with burns and scalding can reverberate through a victim’s entire life. These often scar or disfigure victims, leading to psychological issues including changes in personality, social challenges, and difficulty in starting and maintaining relationships.

We understand the unique impact of these injuries.

The personal injury attorneys of Pressler, Senftle & Wilhite have extensive experience representing clients who have suffered injuries from burns and scalding associated with accidents, household mishaps and on-the-job injuries. We understand the full extent of the issues involved in these cases, ranging from what are often enormous medical expenses, extensive rehabilitation costs, ongoing therapy, loss of physical and/or cognitive abilities, loss of wages or career and more. We also understand the unique impact of these injuries, and make an exceptional effort to work closely with our burn and scald injury clients with their sensitivities, concerns and needs firmly in our focus.

Our attorneys have nearly three decades of experience representing clients suffering from injuries associated with burns and scalding. We know the law and the courts and have successfully represented hundreds of clients in burn and scalding cases. We are committed to providing you with clear, to the point, and accurate information based on the specifics of your case, and we’ll make sound recommendations as to your legal options.

We provide our burn and scalding incident clients with a full range of legal services, including:

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If you or a loved one has been burned or scalded, contact us today and get the legal counsel you need.