Martin County Burn Injury
Getting burned anywhere on your body is utterly devastating. Although reconstructive surgery has come a long way over recent years, it is still common for burn injury victims to suffer permanent scarring.
Nothing can undo the trauma of being seriously injured, but it may be possible to hold the liable parties financially accountable for any medical bills, lost income, and other damages you have incurred. If you have questions about the claims process, contact Donaldson & Weston.
Our strategic personal injury attorneys have helped hundreds of clients resolve complicated, high-stakes tort claims. Call 772-266-5555 to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our compassionate burn injury lawyers in Martin County.Why You Should Hire a Martin County Burn Injury Lawyer Right Away
When it comes to building a strong burn injury claim, time is of the essence. There’s always a lot to do in the aftermath of a severe injury, but postponing your claim could hurt your chances of securing the compensation you deserve.
The burn injury attorneys at Donaldson & Weston can handle the logistics of your case so you can focus on your health. All you have to do is schedule the initial consultation. After discussing the accident that caused your injuries, we will take over and you can rest easy knowing your claim is in good hands.
There are three major reasons to schedule your case evaluation as soon as possible:
Much of the evidence that could ultimately help us prove liability and damages may be time sensitive. If you were burned in an apartment fire, for example, security cameras may have captured how the fire started; however, the owner of the footage is unlikely to save it indefinitely.
There are strict deadlines for bringing a burn injury claim to court if the opposing party refuses to accept a fair settlement offer. The circumstances of the incident will determine precisely how long you have to file the lawsuit.
Making a single mistake early in the proceedings could jeopardize your entire claim. For example, the insurance adjuster may try to obtain a recorded statement regarding the extent of your injuries and then misrepresent this statement to argue that your injuries are not as severe as you are claiming. Also, it is possible that your damages will turn out to be more extensive than anticipated. There are dozens of other mistakes that could potentially harm your case, but the seasoned attorneys at Donaldson & Weston can help you anticipate and avoid them.
If you want to file a burn injury claim in Florida, turn to Donaldson & Weston. Our legal team is here to answer your questions and help you understand your rights. Call 772-266-5555 or fill out our Contact Form to schedule a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer in Martin County.