Minnesota Burns and Explosions Attorney

Anyone involved in a serious accident can be at risk of a burn or explosion, whether it’s a chemical burn, electrical burn or vehicle explosion.

It is important to understand the three different degrees of burns:

  • First degree – affects the top layer of the skin and will usually heal on its own however it can scar over if an explosion was involved. Exposure to chemicals, fire and electric shocks are common causes of first-degree burns.
  • Second degree – affects many layers of the skin and will blister and scar when it heals. Surgery is usually required to treat second-degree burns.
  • Third degree – affects all layers of the skin and will damage muscle, bone, nerve and fat in the body. Scarring and disfigurement is present in third-degree burns, as well as other complications.

Burns and explosions are severe and quite devastating to recover from and many people experience post-traumatic stress disorder.

Getting Help For Your Burn Or Explosion Injury

Tarshish Cody, PLC law firm understands just how serious and complex a burn or explosion case can be. The last thing you want to do is worry about the legalities during your healing treatment. If you believe your injury was due to someone else’s negligence or a manufacturer error, we can get to the bottom of it so you can focus on recovery. We welcome your call to answer your questions. Call us today at 952-361-5556 or fill out our free burns and explosions injury Case Evaluation Form.

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