Fire, Explosion & Electrocution Injuries
Fire and electrocution burns cause devastating and catastrophic injuries, often resulting in death or severe, permanent disabilities. The burn victim, and his or her entire family, suffers through long months of painful and costly medical procedures and rehabilitation in order to regain function. The psychological damage of a burn injury, especially highly visible burns to the face or hands, may last a lifetime.
Electrocution-related burns, much like burns from fires, take months to heal. But electrocution accidents can have a wide range of serious effects on organs and tissue, including diminished mental functioning and memory.
In order to obtain financial compensation for victims of burn injuries from fire, electrocution, or explosion, it is vital to work with a law firm with the experience and resources to pursue claims against major corporations responsible for life-altering injuries, often utility companies or manufacturers.
At the Boston law office of Swartz & Swartz, P.C., we have been handling major fire and explosion cases for more than three decades. Our track record of financial recovery for seriously injured adults and children speaks for itself. (Please review our verdicts and settlements to see results we've achieved.)
We have achieved successful settlements or verdicts in trial court for numerous clients who suffered serious burn injuries from natural gas, propane gas, flammable fabrics, electric blankets, defective smoke detectors, and other product-related cases. Most recently, we obtained two record financial recoveries in natural gas explosion cases.
The injury attorneys at Swartz & Swartz, P.C. have more collective experience in these cases than any firm in the New England area. We have handled burn injury cases in New England and throughout the United States.
If you or a loved one has suffered burn injuries from a fire, explosion or electrocution, contact a personal injury attorney at our Boston law office. We are here to answer your questions and protect your legal rights.