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Little Rock, AR 72201-3704
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Little Rock Burn Injury Attorney

Even after years of treatment and multiple skin graft surgeries, burn injuries can leave disfiguring scars over large portions of the body. Individuals suffering through this type of injury are likely entitled to monetary compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.

The Little Rock burn injury lawyer at the Jackson Law Firm has worked diligently to fully understand the medical procedures for the treatment of burn victims. With this detailed knowledge, attorney Jim Jackson can develop a strong, effective case strategy to aggressively pursue the maximum monetary compensation possible for his injured clients.

Additionally, it is not uncommon for individuals to suffer psychological trauma following this type of accident and injury. Whether the burn injuries were caused by household fires, car accidentsexplosions or a workplace accident, we understand the severity of the injury and the necessity of resolving the legal battle as efficiently as possible.

Scarring And Disfigurement From Severe Burn

By closely working with the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Burn Center, we have gained a thorough understanding of these injuries and the challenges that our injured clients face. By knowing the different courses of treatment, we can fully advise and diligently represent our clients from start to finish.

Six degrees of burns are commonly recognized:

  • First degree burns may result in redness to the top layers of the skin and can often be treated at home.
  • Second degree burns may result in red, blistering skin. Deeper layers of the skin are affected by the burn and the individual will likely be in significant pain.
  • Third degree burns damage all layers of the skin and can turn the affected portion of the skin black or white. The deepness of the injury can also damage nerve endings.
  • Fourth degree burns damage the skin as well as subcutaneous tissue like muscles, tendons and ligaments. If not fatal, a fourth degree burn will often require skin graft procedures.
  • Fifth and sixth degree burns are typically fatal. If the individual survives this devastating injury, he or she will likely require amputation of the affected portions of the body, including entire limbs.

Burns are serious injuries and need to be treated immediately. We highly encourage you to contact a skilled attorney as soon as it is possible to do so.

Schedule a free consultation at Jackson Law Firm by calling 501-823-3610 or by completing our online contact form.

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124 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 870
Little Rock, AR 72201-3704
Local: 501-823-3610
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