Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates

Salt Lake City – Ogden – Lehi

Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates

Salt Lake City – Ogden – Lehi

We Fight To Win

Experienced Divorce and Family Law Attorneys Serving All of Utah

Burn Injury Attorney

Serious burn injuries happen in many ways and through many circumstances. Sometimes chemical burns can take a victim by surprise — such as when someone used Clorox to disinfect a garage floor and suffers burns to the throat and lungs. Breathing in fumes can cause serious damage to sensitive internal areas of the body. Chemical burns taking place at home, in cars, in office buildings or in schools can leave an injured person in need of compensation for:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wage replacement
  • Acknowledgement of pain and suffering

Other types of burns include thermal burns, radiation burns and burns caused by contact with flames. Whatever the cause and whatever the affected part of the body, a burn injury can trigger significant losses. A personal injury claim or lawsuit may enable you to recover compensation after a burn injury. Whose negligence contributed to your first-degree burn, second-degree burn or third-degree burn? How will you cope with ongoing pain or pay for plastic surgery?

Investigating Serious Burn Injuries

At Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates, aggressive attorneys stand by, ready to pursue the compensation you need after a burn injury. We consider ourselves to be good detectives as we leave no stone unturned in search of the path to the compensation that our clients are entitled to. Through assertive negotiations or in the courtroom, we are prepared to represent you after a burn injury. We have the ability based on our experience to know what a reasonable offer is. We will let you know when we believe it is in your best interests to accept a settlement and avoid the expense and risk associated with taking a case to trial.

Our Utah personal injury law firm has the necessary resources to thoroughly investigate personal injury cases. One of our investigators is a former assistant police chief and chief deputy. He often reviews police reports, interviews witnesses and handles other elements of burn injury investigations. Facts uncovered help support our clients’ cases.

Contact A Utah Burn Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious personal injury in Utah, our attorneys are here to advise you on how to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at (801) 475-8800 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Salt Lake area personal injury lawyer.