Decof Barry Mega & Quinn, P.C. has decades of successful experience representing people who have suffered devastating injuries from fires, burns, and electrocutions. Fire and burn injuries can cause some of the most serious injuries people can suffer. Negligent third parties or defective products can cause these injuries from a variety of sources including car crashes, equipment failures, explosions, chemicals, hot liquids, and electrical accidents, among others. They can result in serious long-term consequences for victims and their families.
The law firm you choose to represent you can make all the difference in obtaining a successful outcome for you and your family. Our firm has obtained monetary compensation from those responsible for causing such injuries. We have the resources, knowledge, and experience required to deal with the most complex and challenging cases.
Contact a Rhode Island burn injury lawyer at (401) 200-4059 for a free, no obligation review of your case. There is no fee or expense if we are not successful in obtaining compensation for you.
What Causes Burn Injuries?
Burn injuries can be connected to various acts of negligence, carelessness, or wrongdoing. One of our primary missions, should we take on your case, will be to determine what caused your injuries and therefore who should be held responsible. Our attorneys utilize the expertise of accident reconstruction specialists, medical professionals, investigators, and others to accurately ascertain cause and liability.
The following are examples of incidents that can cause severe burns or electrical injuries:
- Car, truck, and motorcycle accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Defective electronics or other consumer products
- Industrial accidents
- Fires and explosions
- Chemical exposure from spills or other accidents
With the cost of medical treatment and psychological trauma typically associated with severe burn injuries, it is important to recover fair compensation from the party or parties who are to blame. A Rhode Island burn injury attorney can help you get on the road to recovery.
To learn more, call (401) 200-4059. We are standing by to offer our insight and guidance.