Sauter Sullivan: Explosion & Burn Injury Attorney St. Louis, Missouri and Illinois
EXPLOSIONS can cause immense damage to people and to property. Injuries caused by explosions can be catastrophic, often involving burns or other severe bodily damage, and they can sometimes cause even immediate death or fatal injuries. Victims might be might be employees, non-employees working on a site, innocent bystanders…anyone who was at or near the site of the explosion. Some explosion injuries may not present themselves for hours or even days after the explosion event, and internal injuries caused by explosions are frequently unrecognized or their severity is underestimated.
The sudden nature of Explosion Accidents make them especially difficult to deal with, and seriously injured vicitms and their families may be forced to deal with the consequences for years after the incident, or even for the rest of their lives. Explosions are serious business, and if you or a loved one has been the victim of an explosion, you need a law firm who is fully experienced and knowledgeable in the state and federal regulations and laws involved in Explosion Cases.
Contact Us for a free consultation with one of our experienced St. Louis Explosion Lawyers. There’s no obligation, and we take many cases on a contingency basis, where you’ll pay us no legal fees unless we win your case.
BURNS can be caused by fire, heat, electricity, light, radiation, chemicals, friction and other factors. Serious cases are always difficult for the victim and their families, who have to deal with a variety of potential issues. In addition to external injuries to the skin and surface tissues, burns can affect internal parts of the body including muscles, nerves, tissues, blood vessels, bones and tendons. Severe pain is usually associated with burn injuries, and in extreme cases may involve potentially fatal complications such as shock, infection, respiratory distress, organ failure, and even death. Critical burn injuries may require long-term medical and psychological treatments that can have a devastating impact on victims and their families. Serious psychological and emotional distress due to scarring, disfigurement, deformity and other resulting handicaps are also among the unfortunate consequences of burns.
Burn injuries can happen in the home, on someone else’s property or in the workplace. Where a burn occurs can affect which set of laws govern the procedures of possible lawsuits as well as any compensation that may be due to a victim. It’s very important to get an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to help ensure your current and future needs and rights are well provided for. Sauter Sullivan has the expertise and depth of resources you need to handle your case with care, compassion, integrity and professionalism.
Contact Us for a free consultation with one of our experienced Attorneys. There’s no obligation, and we take many cases on a contingency basis, where you’ll pay us no legal fees unless we win your case.