Burn Injuries

Over one million people suffer a burn injury every year in the United States. Burn victims may recover fully in a matter of days when a burn is minor. People who suffer serious burns, however, such as third-degree burns, must endure excruciating physical and emotional pain during treatment. After treatment, victims may be left facing a much different life than they had before — loss of function, scarring and disfigurement, and psychological distress become daily burdens that must be addressed.

On top of the physical and emotional challenges, burn victims and their families are often left with mounting medical and physical therapy bills. Ongoing treatment — such as surgeries, medications and rehabilitation classes — is necessary for many victims and becomes a way of life. These devastating injuries are especially unfortunate when they occur because of the negligence of another or a defective product.

Atlanta Burn Injury Lawyers Who Know How To Help

Since 1965, Malone Law has been representing the great people of Georgia who have been injured through no fault of their own. We have dedicated our careers to doing what's right by our clients — standing up for their rights when someone else has caused them grievous harm.

We are experienced burn injury attorneys who know how to help burn victims who have been forced to live — through no fault of their own — a life of discomfort, disfigurement and disability. Our team of experienced lawyers can help you or your loved ones recover compensation and damages for injuries suffered as a result of such occurrences as:

  • Car crash fires
  • House and apartment fires
  • Workplace fires
  • Defective space heaters
  • Electrical burns
  • Fireworks
  • Scalding injury
  • Gas explosions
  • Chemical or radiation burns
  • Surgical fires

Fighting For The Victims Of Unnecessary Burn Injuries

With any fire that causes a burn injury, it is important to quickly and accurately determine what caused the fire. In some instances, this can be relatively simple — in others, it can be extremely complex. At Malone Law, we work closely with fire investigators, and cause and origin experts to determine how a fire started — and who is responsible.

We work vigilantly to hold those responsible accountable for their actions — whether the fire injury was due to the negligence or malice of another, we will pursue them to trial and beyond to get you the justice you deserve.

To talk to one of lawyers about how Malone Law can help you, call us at 770-913-6423 or email us online.