Las Vegas Burn Injury Lawyer

At Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers, our Las Vegas burn injury lawyers can help you or your loved ones get the compensation you deserve for your losses. Burn injuries are devastating and can have a lifelong impact on all aspects of your life. You may no longer be able to earn a living or even perform daily tasks.

Contact our office today for a confidential, free consultation with a Las Vegas burn injury attorney.

Why Choose Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers?

  • We have more than 20 years of experience handling Las Vegas burn injury cases.
  • Our firm is not afraid to take your case to trial to achieve maximum compensation.
  • We have secured more than $100 million in compensation for our clients.
  • We never charge legal fees, unless our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers recover a settlement on your behalf.

Why Hire a Burn Injury Lawyer?

While no amount of money can ease the pain or challenges you or your loved one is facing, it can provide a sense of financial security for all those involved. A burn injury lawyer will have both the experience and the resources to build the strongest possible case on your behalf. Your accident will be thoroughly investigated to discover which parties are liable, collect evidence, and determine the full extent of your losses.

Your lawyer will take into account the lifelong effects a burn injury can have on you and your family, then aggressively pursue the maximum amount of compensation that your case is warranted.

Types of Burns

Burns are classified into different categories based on how deeply the burn might have penetrated a person’s skin.

First-Degree Burns

First-degree burns are the least serious compared to other burns. However, they are painful and cause the skin to become red and sore. These are the typical household or work-related minor burns that often occur.

Second-Degree Burns

Second-degree burns affect the lower layer of skin, resulting in painful swelling and blisters. There will be blistering, moderate to severe pain, swelling, and discoloration.

Third-Degree Burns

Third-degree burns or full-thickness burns, are the most serious. They burn through the bottom layer of skin into the muscle and tissue. This can impact your ability to move at the burn location. It can also result in permanent scarring, discoloration, raised/jagged skin, and numbness at the burn site. Third-degree burns may not be painful at first since the nerve endings have been burnt, but can require surgery and/or skin grafts.

Fourth-Degree Burns

Fourth-degree burns can be fatal. All levels of skin are burned through along with fat, nerves, tendons, and muscles, often due to prolonged exposure to flames. The bones can even be affected. Victims who survive, will likely have irreparable charring and a waxy, stiff, or leathery appearance.

Causes of Burn Injuries

We are prepared to handle fire & burn injury claims involving a wide range of factors, including the following:

  • Burning automobiles
  • Defective gas-fired space heaters, kerosene heater, electric heaters
  • Apartment building and house fires
  • Fires caused by smoking
  • Casino and hotel fires
  • Commercial building fires
  • Fires in office complexes
  • Explosive gases
  • Defective smoke detectors

Contact a Las Vegas Burn Injury Lawyer

Reach out to Harris & Harris Injury Lawyers, if you have suffered a severe burn as the result of someone else’s negligence. There is a time limit for filing an injury claim in Nevada, so you shouldn’t delay in taking action or consulting a burn injury attorney in Las Vegas.

We will carefully listen to you and answer any questions you have, while freely evaluating your claim. Contact us online or by calling (702) 384-1414.

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