As experienced personal injury lawyers, we recognize that extensive burns are some of the worst injuries that an accident victim can survive. We do everything possible to help our clients through the ordeal of the accident and the long recovery that follows. For skilled and committed client service in a burn injury case, contact Wells and McElwee, P.C., in Athens.
While the legal aspects of a burn victim’s situation represent our main professional focus, we also stand ready to help with the more immediate problems for the victim and his or her family. We can help with counseling resources, support networks, and therapeutic services of all kinds to help you get through a burn case. Our lawyers and staff are ready to help in every way we can.
Because it can take many years or even decades to make the maximum medical recovery from burn injuries, it is essential that a burn survivor’s personal injury attorney avoid the temptation to recommend a settlement that might prove inadequate to support the entire costs of a long convalescence and long-term therapy.
It might take several rounds of surgery even to make an accurate prognosis for recovery. Infection can always threaten setbacks. Psychological trauma related to pain, discomfort, and physical disfigurement must also be factored into your damages demand. Our experience with the proof and presentation of complex damages claims can help protect you from the risk of an inadequate settlement or understated damages demand.
Our experience with a broad range of personal injury situations can help you establish liability and recover the damages you need in burn cases related to the following:
While our advocacy on your behalf can’t minimize the pain or discomfort of a long recovery from serious burn injuries, our support can help you and your family in many ways while we pursue our goal of maximizing your financial compensation.
For detailed information about your legal options in any personal injury situation, call us at 706-543-8596 or fill out our short form for a free consultation with a Georgia personal injury attorney.
Most often, we take accident claims on a contingent fee basis. This means that unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you, we will not charge a fee. We collect no attorney fees unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you.