Burn injuries can be life-altering, causing physical pain, emotional trauma, and financial burden. At Avard Law Offices, our dedicated team of burn injury attorneys is committed to advocating for individuals who have suffered these traumatic injuries due to the negligence of others.
Apartment Building Fires Can Devastate Families
Fires in apartment buildings can cause significant damage, affecting many families at once. The loss of personal property, the financial implications, and the emotional trauma can be overwhelming. It is crucial to remember that you have rights in these situations, especially if the fire was due to negligence.
Negligent Landlords and Fire Injuries
Landlords have a duty of care to their tenants, which includes ensuring the safety of their property. This duty includes installing and maintaining smoke alarms, providing fire extinguishers, ensuring clear escape routes, and maintaining electrical systems. If a landlord’s negligence leads to a fire and subsequent injuries, they may be held accountable.
Is Your Landlord Following the Law?
If you suspect that your landlord is not following fire safety laws and regulations, it’s important to take action. Inadequate fire safety measures could have serious, even fatal, consequences. Our attorneys can help you understand your rights and guide you through the legal process.
Can I File a Negligence Lawsuit against My Landlord?
Yes, if a landlord’s negligence led to a fire that caused burn injuries, you could potentially file a negligence lawsuit. Our experienced attorneys can assess your situation and advise you on the best course of action.
These Fire Products Have Reportedly Failed to Protect People
Various fire protection products, including certain smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and sprinkler systems, have reportedly failed to work as intended, leading to preventable injuries. If you’ve been injured as a result of a defective fire protection product, you may have a product liability claim.
Burn Injuries Sustained at Work
Workplace accidents, particularly in industries like construction, manufacturing, and food service, can result in severe burn injuries. Workers’ compensation may cover some of your damages, but in some situations, additional legal action may be necessary to fully compensate for your losses.
If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury due to the negligence of others, don’t face these challenges alone. Reach out to the experienced burn injury attorneys at Avard Law Offices. We invite you to contact us for a free consultation, where we can discuss your case, understand your unique situation, and offer our legal expertise. Let us fight for the justice and compensation you deserve, while you focus on your recovery.