Home  >  Practice Areas  >  Burn Injury

Louisville Burn Injury Lawyers

Unfortunately, burn injuries often have traumatic consequences on a victim and their life, making them some of the most difficult types of physical trauma to recover from. Even with more minor burns, a person might sustain significant pain and emotional trauma, not to mention months of recovery, and with the most severe burns, a person’s life might alter irrevocably. From the substantial financial expenses often associated with treating burn injuries to the tragic permanent disabilities and scarring that many victims suffer from, burn injuries often leave victims and their families facing devastating repercussions.

When a person suffers burn injuries caused by someone else, whether as a result of a car or truck accident, a defective product, or any other issue, our Louisville burn injury attorneys at the Sampson Law Firm believe they should be owed financial compensation. In fact, by holding the party responsible for causing the burns, a victim can often not only get much-needed compensation, but also the justice and closure he or she often needs.

Causes and Types of Burn Injuries

Burn injuries can occur in a number of different ways, with the following being some of the most common causes:

  • Scalding
  • Fires
  • Chemical exposure
  • Explosions
  • Electrical incidents

When a person sustains a burn in these and other incidents due to someone else’s negligent actions, whether a first degree or third degree burn, he or she deserves to be compensated for the undue suffering they have been forced to endure.

Get in Touch with a Burn Injuries Attorney in Louisville

If you have suffered burn injuries because of another person’s reckless or negligent actions, our legal team at the Sampson Law Firm believes that you shouldn’t have to face the consequences on your own. By getting in touch with us at (502) 584-5050, you can discuss the details of your situation with a compassionate attorney and find out how we may be able to fight for your rights and interests.