NYC Auto Accident Burn Injury Lawyer

Posted on December 12, 2018 in

NYC Auto Accidents Can Result in Burn Injuries

Depending on the point of impact in an NYC car accident, serious risk of fire or explosion is not off the table. Design defects or poorly maintained vehicles can also contribute to a fuel tank leak or separation of the fuel line leading to the tank. If the accident involves a large truck, carrying fuel or other hazardous materials, the risk of a fire in the event of a car crash is magnified intensely.

Types of Burns That May Result From NYC Car Crashes

Burns resulting from car accidents can typically be classified as follows:

Classifications of Burns

Depending on the severity and the location of the burn, it may require expensive treatment such as skin grafting or plastic surgery. The first issue to be addressed, however, is to prevent infection.

First Degree Burns: Relatively minor when compared to other types of burns, they can result in redness to the skin surface, varying degrees of pain, swelling and blistering;

Second Degree Burns: More severe, second-degree burns may result in complete loss of sensation to the affected area, require weeks to heal and might even necessitate skin grafting;

Third Degree Burns: Usually result in permanent scarring, but no pain due to complete loss of sensation in the affected area. All layers of the skin are damaged;

Fourth Degree Burns: Damage to muscles, tissues, nerves and even bones; the most severe.

Contact an NYC Auto Accident Burn Injury Lawyer Today

New York car accident attorney Michael J. Redenburg can help you obtain the financial compensation you are entitled to. If you have suffered burn injuries in a car crash, financial recovery is within reach. Contact his office for a consultation. Go online or call today.

Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. P.C.

In over a decade of legal practice, Attorney Michael Redenburg began his career defending cases for the clients of insurance companies. Initially defending no-fault claims at a Long Island-based law firm, he then moved on to a Manhattan-based firm where he defended the clients of insurance carriers in an auto accident and premises liability matters.

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