Burn Injury Attorney

If you or a family member has suffered a serious burn injury that requires significant medical attention, you need Cromer Law Offices’ experienced legal help to get you the financial compensation you deserve. Accidents in which the victim receives significant burns are more common than you think in Columbia and throughout South Carolina. While victims of serious motor vehicle accidents on S.C. highways and byways often result in serious burn injury, this happens in many other scenarios as well.

Contact us today to learn more about how Bubba Cromer’s 25 years of experience as a burn injury attorney in Columbia and dedication to his clients can help you recover the money you deserve in your burn injury case.

Burn Injury Examples:

  • Work accidents such as on-the-job construction accidents and workplace explosions.
  • Motor vehicle accidents, including car, truck, and motorcycle accidents.
  • Explosions, including gas and oil explosions.
  • Hot water/scalding accidents.
  • Fire or thermal burns from dangerous products.

No matter what caused your burn injury, we at Cromer Law Offices know the right questions to ask to make sure that we demand the full amount of compensation for a work-related injury or an injury caused by someone else’s negligence. If you are unsure as to whether or not you have a legitimate lawsuit resulting from a burn injury you or a loved one received, call Cromer Law Offices, LLC and let us evaluate your facts and give you an honest assessment of the situation. Serious burn cases can result in large recoveries for the victims. Sometimes these recoveries stem from settlements with the at-fault party; sometimes they result from large jury verdicts, which can include punitive damages when willful and wanton negligence is involved.

No matter what you do, please seek legal advice before dealing with insurance adjusters or attorneys for the at-fault party if you or someone you love has been seriously burned in an accident in Columbia, South Carolina or anywhere else in the state, for that matter.