Defense for Fire & Explosion Victims
Over 100 Years of Collective Legal Experience on Your Side
While some fires are caused by natural disasters such as lightning strikes,
the vast majority begin with human error. These can result malfunctioning
pieces of equipment such as space heaters or the improper handling of
flammable items including firecrackers and matches. If you or a family
member suffered a burn injury in a fire or explosion caused by human negligence
or malice, we encourage you to retain legal help. Our
burn injury lawyers at Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs can advise you on how to seek
the compensation you may be entitled to.
Our firm handles fire and explosion cases in a variety of categories, such as:
- Home / commercial fires
- Plant refinery explosions
- Rig explosions
- Pipeline explosions
- Workplace burns
- Car crash fires
- Chemical burns
- Faulty space heaters
- Faulty water heaters
- Fires caused by electrical appliances
Understanding the Severity of Burn Injuries
First-degree burns affect only the skin's outer layer, while third
degree burns or "full thickness burns" impact the deepest lawyers
of skin. Major burn injuries can be classified as
catastrophic. These injuries can cause permanent debilitation and can even be life-threatening.
Burn injuries can cause ongoing physical damage to a victim's:
- Manual dexterity
- Respiratory systems
- Fluid balances
- Joint function
- Thermal regulation
- Normal body temperature
- Muscles, nerves, bones, and blood vessels
Fire & Explosion Lawyers in South Texas, Houston, & Louisiana
Many burn injury victims need serious medical care and physical therapy.
If your injury or your family member's injury was caused by another
person's negligence, you could be entitled to financial compensation.
We encourage you to get in touch with our legal team at Fibich, Leebron,
Copeland & Briggs as soon as possible.
Our lawyers can help you assess a possible injury claim in a
free case consultation. We serve clients throughout South Texas, Houston, Galveston, and Louisiana.
Contact our office today to begin.