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Burn Injuries as a Result of a South Carolina Accident (Part A)

A burn injury is one of the most painful types of injuries to sustain. It can also be one of the more difficult types of injuries to treat, depending on the severity of the burn. Serious burns could result in painful treatments that take place over a long period of time. There is also the possibility of disfigurement or scarring, which can be emotionally traumatic to a burn victim.

The treatment of a burn injury can also be very costly. If you have suffered this type of injury because of a South Carolina accident you may be entitled to recover damages. If someone else's negligence was the cause of your burn injuries, a West Ashley injury lawyer will work hard on your behalf to help you fight for what you deserve.

Additionally, a West Ashley injury lawyer knows what type of evidence is necessary in a complicated injury claim. They will investigate all aspects of your South Carolina accident and collect necessary medical records, hospital bills, police reports and any other paperwork that is pertinent to your case.

South Carolina Accidents That May Result in a Burn Injury

The most common types of South Carolina accidents that may result in a burn injury include:

  • motor vehicle accidents;
  • motorcycle accidents;
  • building fires;
  • failure with wiring;
  • hot machinery;
  • electrical malfunction;
  • household fires (which may, for instance, be caused by a defective product);
  • flammable liquid fuel explosions;
  • hot water/scalding;
  • industrial accidents; and
  • gasoline spills.


If a South Carolina accident was the result of someone else's intentional misconduct, recklessness or carelessness you may be able to file a personal injury claim for your burn injuries.

You may also be able to receive compensation that not only takes care of your physical damages, such as medical bills and lost income, but the emotional damages you have suffered, as well. This may include pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life or disfigurement.

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