Burn Injury

Jun 28, 2018

The Causes and Effects of Burn Injuries

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Some of the most painful injuries a person can suffer are burn injuries. Unfortunately, burns are also difficult to treat, with serious burns leading to a long, tough road to recovery. In 2016, the most current data available, nearly half a million people sought medical attention for burns. Burn injuries can range from minor, like [...]

Feb 19, 2018

I’ve Been Seriously Burned; What Are My Legal Rights in Georgia?

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Severe burn injuries can produce not only excruciating pain, but also long-term disfigurement and disability. Burn injuries often require long-term medical treatment, rehabilitation, and sometimes several surgeries. Many types of accidents can precipitate serious burn injuries. The According to the American Burn Association, in 2016 more than 486,000 people suffered burn injuries severe enough to [...]

Nov 9, 2017

What You Should Know if You are Burned on a Construction Site

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Construction sites can be dangerous places, which is why the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires certain precautions to keep people safe. These rules apply to employees, but they also apply to site visitors, contractors, and the people who pass by construction sites. One of the most common risks involve burn injuries. Aside from [...]

Jul 20, 2017

Children Are Most Susceptible to Burn Injuries

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Burns are one of the leading causes of injury and death for children in the home. Many burns are minor and treatable with cold water and antiseptic. More serious injuries require professional care—and may even lead to permanent disfigurement or scarring. Burn injuries are more common in children because kids may not know the risks [...]

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