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New Jersey Burn Injury Lawyers

If you sustained a burn injury in an accident, you may have a long road of recovery ahead of you. Depending on the severity of your injury, you may need to undergo hospitalization, surgery, and physical therapy. Burn injuries can also place you at risk for complications, such as infections. When someone else was at fault for the accident that caused your injuries, you should not have to bear the financial burdens of recovery. Let New Jersey burn injury lawyers from Camili & Capo PA advocate on your behalf to hold those at fault for your injuries accountable.

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At our firm, we believe that you should not have to settle for less than fair and full compensation in your case. We have seen how insurance companies use tricks and tactics to get injured victims to accept far less than fair compensation. With our firm in your corners, insurers will know that you have the experienced legal advocacy and resources necessary to pursue your claim for as long as is needed. This can make insurers more likely to offer you the financial recovery you deserve.

If you suffered a burn injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, turn to our firm today for a free initial consultation to discuss your legal rights and options for seeking financial recovery with New Jersey burn injury lawyers from our team. 

Treatment and Recovery from a Burn Injury

New Jersey Burn Injury Lawyers

Burn injuries are classified into one of three degrees based on the severity of the injury. The three degrees of burn injury include:

Treatment of a burn injury depends on its severity. First-degree burns typically heal on their own, although applying aloe vera or burn cream can help relieve pain. 

Second-degree burns also heal on their own over time, although second-degree burns should also be wrapped in gauze or other wound dressings. A doctor may prescribe antibiotic creams to prevent infection at the burn site.


Work Injury


Slip and Fall Accident


Car Accident

Third-degree burns always require immediate emergency medical care along with follow-up care at a specialized burn care center. For large third-degree burns, a skin graft from healthy skin elsewhere on your body will likely be needed to replace destroyed tissue. Victims of extensive burns over large parts of their body may also need breathing assistance or feeding tubes until the affected areas heal.

Once a third-degree burn has healed, an injured victim may require physical therapy to rebuild flexibility over affected areas, as scar tissue will contract and pull on healthy tissue, restricting the range of motion. Injury victims may also choose to undergo plastic surgery to improve the appearance of scars to improve flexibility over joints with scar tissue.

Let New Jersey Burn Injury Lawyers from Camili & Capo PA Work to Secure the Compensation You Need for Your Recovery

You may have months of medical treatment and rehabilitation ahead of you to recover from a serious burn injury suffered in an accident. While you focus on healing, New Jersey burn injury lawyers from Camili & Capo PA will get to work pursuing your rights to financial compensation by:

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Contact Camili & Capo PA Today for a Free Case Review to Discuss Next Steps to Take in Your Case with New Jersey Burn Injury Lawyers

After being the victim of a burn injury, don’t wait to begin the process of seeking financial recovery from the party or parties who may bear fault for causing your injuries. Contact Camili & Capo PA for a free, no-obligation case evaluation to learn how New Jersey burn injury lawyers from our firm can make a difference in your claim. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Burn Injury in New Jersey

Can I sue for a burn injury?

You may be entitled to pursue a personal injury claim for a burn injury that occurred when someone else failed to act in accordance with their duty of care to you, or if they disregarded the substantial risk that their actions would result in you suffering a burn injury. In addition, to file a lawsuit you must have suffered some form of loss that you can be financially compensated for.

How much compensation can I claim for a burn injury?

The amount of compensation that you can claim in a burn injury case will depend on the losses that you have suffered because of your injury. A burn injury claim can provide you with financial compensation for things like medical bills and expenses, costs of long-term care for permanent disabilities or medical conditions that result from your burn injury, ongoing and future loss of income if you cannot work due to your injury, physical pain, and emotional trauma and distress from disability, disfigurement, or reduced life expectancy. 

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