Burn Injuries Go Deeper Than the Scar
A serious burn injury leaves more than just pain and scarring. A chemical or fire burn can result in serious muscle and tissue damage that can mean a lifetime of medical treatment, surgical procedures and therapy. If you have someone in your family who is suffering from severe burns after an accident, your entire life will change.
The Sacramento burn injury attorneys of Ashton & Price understand what a catastrophic injury will mean to your family. We fight aggressively to ensure that you receive the full and fair amount of compensation you will need for the full extent of your injuries. It's the reason we endure that you get a complete medical diagnosis and treatment from top medical professionals* — before we start to fight for money damages on your behalf.
We have obtained more than $100 million in settlements and awards for our clients.
“Burn victim often faces emotional damages and a lifetime of therapy for medical problems and scarring. The entire family faces the tragedy, particularly if a child is the victim. We are ready to help you fight for full compensation.” — Attorney Craig Ashton
Contact a personal injury lawyer at Ashton & Price today. We will schedule a convenient time and location to meet. There is no charge for the initial consultation.
- Free Consultation
- No Attorney Fee Unless You Win
If you retain us, we can provide you access to the medical care and professional services your family needs. In most cases, no medical insurance is necessary and you will not pay out-of-pocket expenses. You will pay attorney's fees for our services only if we help you recover money damages for your claim.
We represent people with serious burn injuries resulting from negligent accidents such as:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Explosions and fires
- Chemical burns
- Industrial accidents, welding burns
- Electrical shocks
- Smoke inhalation injuries
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*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.