Ocean County Burn Injury Lawyers
Since 1986, Fedele & Honschke Attorneys at Law, LLC, has represented injured individuals in Ocean County, Monmouth County and throughout New Jersey. No matter the complexity of the case or the severity of the accident, we will fight to ensure our clients are properly compensated for lost wages, medical bills, property damage, or pain and suffering.
Serious accidents can lead to catastrophic injuries. Some of the more devastating injuries are burn injuries. Burn injuries are typically categorized into four levels of damage. The most severe levels include damage to the skin, fatty tissue, muscle and bone. The worst injuries will result in scarring and disfigurement and might even require amputation. Our burn injury lawyers will negotiate with the at-fault party’s insurance carrier to recover the full and fair monetary compensation necessary for medical treatment and future procedures.
The Devastating Impact Of Scarring
Multiple lacerations, crush injuries or animal attacks can lead to scarring. As the scar tissue builds up around an injury, the reminders of the accident never truly go away. This can be especially difficult for children or young adults who will have to live the rest of their lives with scars on their arms, legs, neck or face.
Depending on the injury and the resulting scar, it might be possible for a plastic surgeon to remove the damaged tissue. However, these additional surgeries can cost a great deal of money, and many insurance policies do not cover what they consider cosmetic procedures. It is crucial that you work with an attorney who can anticipate the future costs of your or your child’s injury. Let us fight for your compensation, and ensure the full and fair damage recovery possible in your situation.
Contact Fedele & Honschke, Today
If you have suffered a serious burn, you need a skilled attorney on your side. Call Fedele & Honschke at 888-898-1206 or contact us online to schedule a free initial appointment. You don’t pay a fee unless your case is settled successfully.