Chicago Premises Liability Lawyers
Burn injuries and other fire and smoke injuries can be among the most serious and life-altering injuries a person can sustain. Even if a fire victim survives the accident, recovery from fire and smoke injuries is incredibly long and painful, and can include skin grafts, surgery, rehabilitation and permanent disfigurement.
Premises liability places a burden on property owners to maintain safe property conditions. If you or someone you love has been killed or injured as a result of a fire, explosion, electrocution or other serious accident as a result of unsafe and dangerous property conditions, you may be entitled to compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit or under the legal theory of premises liability.
There are four main sources of burns:
- Chemical burns, which are caused by contact with a toxic chemical such as an acid or alkali
- Thermal burns, which are caused by contact with fire, steam or a hot liquid
- Light burns (i.e. sunburn), which are caused by contact with sunlight or other artificial sources of ultraviolet light
- Radiation burns, which are caused by contact with nuclear radiation
Fires cause significant damages and serious injuries or death. If you or a loved one has been involved in a fire or other accident that caused burn or other injuries, contact the Chicago burn injury attorneys at Ankin Law Offics, LLC to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
Premises liability involves complex legal issues and requires a thorough factual examination of the accident. The experienced Chicago premises liability lawyers at Ankin Law Offices have significant experience representing victims in personal injury lawsuits, including those in which premises liability theories of recovery are asserted. We will immediately launch a complete and comprehensive investigation into the facts surrounding the accident and aggressively advocate on your behalf in order to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact the Chicago burn injury attorneys at Ankin Law Offices, LLC to schedule your free consultation to discuss your premises liability lawsuit