Have you suffered a burn injury in North Carolina due to no fault of your own? If you were injured in an apartment fire, house fire, condo fire, or vehicle fire, there may be someone else responsible for your injuries. Watch this video to find out more about fire injury claims.
Just because there was a fire in your apartment, doesn’t mean you are responsible for your injuries and damages. For example, the fire could have started as a result of electrical issues that a landlord never corrected, which is exactly what our client experienced. After our client suffered smoke inhalation, cuts, and burn injuries in a fire, the insurance company didn’t want to pay him. This is why he hired an experienced Wilmington personal injury lawyer at the Speaks Law Firm who handles burn injury claims in North Carolina.
Fire and burn injuries are often life-altering, and victims should be compensated for their medical bills and more. For help making sure you are compensated fairly after being injured in a Wilmington fire, contact the Speaks Law Firm to find out how we can help you. Call (910) 341-7570 for a free consultation or contact us online at https://www.speakslaw.com/contact/.