Tools for Surviving Burn Injuries

 

The spectrum of burn injuries is broad. On one end, there are minor burns that may be treated at home, or with one trip to the doctor. On the other end of the spectrum are major burns that may require medical treatment over the course of several years.

Survivors of serious burn injuries face months or years of necessary medical treatments. In addition, survivors encounter emotional, psychological and financial after-effects. At their very worst, burn accidents are fatal, either immediately or due to systemic poisoning or organ failure. Surviving family members are left to pick up the pieces.

Learn About the Aftermath of Burn Injuries

During and even after a medical crisis, information from doctors and other professionals may go in one ear and out the other. Burn patients and their families may find themselves overwhelmed by the amount of burn injury information they are expected to absorb at one time.

This Web site aims to help by presenting some basic medical information about burn injuries. Learn more about:

In addition to basic medical information, you will also find information about:

Additional questions? Our burn injury attorneys can help. Contact us today.

This website does not pretend to answer all possible questions about burn injuries. If you have questions or need a referral – for medical help, financial assistance, or legal advice – we urge you to contact Aiken & Scoptur, S.C. We are experienced, reputable personal injury lawyers who have spent our careers advocating on behalf of clients who have suffered severe or disabling injuries, such as burn injuries, and guiding families of fatal accident victims through a lawsuit to recover necessary compensation.

From offices in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Tucson, Arizona, Aiken & Scoptur, S.C., provides legal representation to burn injury victims and families nationwide.

Contact us for a free consultation.