Category: Types of Burns & Treatment

Pain From Burns

Skin burns and damage to the underlying tissue can create severe repercussions when not properly treated. Extreme second-degree and third-degree burns require immediate medical attention at the emergency room at a local hospital or burn center. In fact, burns to the hands, feet, face, or genitalia can create lifelong disabilities, disfigurement and a high risk of …

Treatments for Burns

It is crucial to determine the severity of any burn before developing proper burn treatments for the affected area. While mild to moderate burns are common, they still can produce extreme pain. Minor burns typically heal without much required medical attention. Alternatively, a severe burn often requires immediate care to reduce the potential of infection and the …

Steam & Hot Water Burn Accident Lawyer

Every year in the US, over 100,000 individuals experience water scalding, and hot water burns, as a result of a hot water tank being set to high. Unfortunately, at least a third of all burn victims are 14 years and younger, and many more are elderly, or those suffering with a disability. Too many times, children …

Third-Degree Burn Accident Attorneys

A third-degree burn is the most intense burn injurythat affects every layer of skin including the epidermis (outer layer), the dermis (middle layer) and the hypodermis (third skin layer). These types of severe burns can also cause significant injuries to blood vessels, nerves, muscles and bones. Nearly every type of third-degree burn is a medical emergency …

Second-Degree Burn Accident Lawyers

Determining the severity of a burn usually involves the extent of damage to the skin and body tissue. While first-degree burns tend to be superficial and affect the outer layer of skin, second-degree burns are more intense, and affect the dermis, or the skin’s second layer. Usually, second-degree burns are three inches or less in diameter. Most …

First-Degree Burn Accident Lawyer

Superficial burns are classified as a first-degree burn, when the injury affects the epidermis, or the top layer of skin. Medical care is usually not required for a first-degree burn. While superficial burns tend to be the mildest form of skin injury, they can be painful, large, and require treatment from a doctor. Mild sunburns, intense friction …

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