Burn Injuries in Norfolk
Fighting for the Medical & Financial Assistance You Need
Burn injuries cause physical and psychological damage to over 2.4 million people across America each year, leaving scars that may last a lifetime. Even if the victims undergo successful reconstruction surgery, there are many serious effects that remain hidden from view.
Pursuing compensation from those responsible may be a burden on a traumatized victim, some of whom choose to blame themselves, rather than seeking the compensation to which they are fully entitled.
Don't let your story end this way: Call the experienced Norfolk personal injury attorneys of Kalfus & Nachman PC to begin building your case at (855) 880-8163.
The Hidden Consequences
In addition to the obvious physical disfigurement burns victims experience, the following factors may make life even more difficult:
- Physical and emotional trauma
- Constant pain
- Damage to internal organs
- Increased sensitivity to temperature
- Problems with personal relationships
- Loss of self-esteem
Families and friends of burn victims will also find their lives changing overnight, as they support the victim with round-the-clock nursing care, psychological support and financial aid.
To rebuild their lives, burn injury victims and their families require comprehensive legal knowledge to sort out the facts of their case, pursue the compensation to which they are entitled under the law, and cover the costs associated with:
- Mounting medical bills
- Loss of income due to being unable to work
- Job retraining
- Physical and emotional suffering
If you or a family member has suffered an emotionally, financial and physically debilitating burn injury, Kalfus & Nachman PC are experienced and caring Norfolk personal injury lawyers in Virginia who can help you pursue your case for compensation.
Please contact us online or by phone at (855) 880-8163 to schedule a private, no-cost consultation in Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News, Portsmouth, Roanoke, or Virginia Beach, Virginia. “Tell Them You Mean Business.”