A serious burn or electrical shock causes severe scarring, deep tissue injury and muscle damage. The resulting scars can mean a lifetime of emotional pain, as well. If you or a family member has suffered a serious burn or electrocution injury, turn to an experienced personal injury attorney for the legal help you need for recovering full and fair money damages.
The attorneys of Dorian, Goldstein, Wisniewski & Orchinik, P.C., have many decades of combined experience representing victims of fires, explosions and electrical shocks caused by someone else's negligence. We have a proud record of verdicts and settlements on behalf of people injured as a result of burns and electrocution, including:
- Industrial and workplace accidents
- Building fires
- Defective appliances
- Welding burns
- Hotel, motel and apartment fires
- Chemical burns
- Industrial fires
We Work With Top Medical And Burn Experts
To determine the full extent of medical care and life care services you will need for your burn or electrocution injury, we rely on the expert testimony of many of the nation's top burn experts and physical rehabilitation specialists. We thoroughly investigate the causes of the electrocution or fire accident, the amount of liability and the right levels of full and fair compensation you deserve for your family's needs. You will pay attorneys fees only if you win money in a negotiated settlement or jury award.
Our Law Firm Has Consistently Earned The Highest Martindale-Hubbell AV* Peer Review Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standards.
Contact us to learn more about our litigation experience and how our lawyers can stand up and fight for you. From our main offices in Bensalem, we represent burn and shock victims throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. Call 215-809-3882.
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