Woman Rear-Ended and Car Bursts Into Flames

Woman Rear-Ended and Car Bursts Into Flames
Burn injuries are not only physically painful and emotionally traumatic but they are one of the most costly injuries to treat.  Furthermore, the destruction of evidence that often exists from a fire presents unique challenges for recovering compensation for burn victims and their families. For this reason, it is extremely important for burn victims and their families to hire an accomplished and experienced burn injury law firm who knows how to achieve the maximum recovery possible.
Burn injuries are not only physically painful and emotionally traumatic but they are one of the most costly injuries to treat.  Furthermore, the destruction of evidence that often exists from a fire presents unique challenges for recovering compensation for burn victims and their families. For this reason, it is extremely important for burn victims and their families to hire an accomplished and experienced burn injury law firm who knows how to achieve the maximum recovery possible.

To highlight this point, I’d like to share with you a case that we handled involving a woman who was rear-ended in a car accident.  Unfortunately, her old fuel system could not handle the impact of the crash and her car burst into flames, leaving her with catastrophic burn injures.  Our firm worked as a team with our client to fully show her struggles today and in the future.  We provided a video of her therapy, a video of the debridement procedure, testimony of her therapist and doctors and sought the expertise of a life care planner who was able to detail her needs over the rest of her life.  Our thoroughness achieved the resources required to take care of her for the rest of her life.

Our law firm prides ourselves in the care we give each client.  At DWKMR&S, we take a radically different approach: we strive to limit whom we represent in order to make sure that every client who comes under our care gets treated with respect, listened to, and served as if we were serving someone from our own family. For further information, please view our video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hc57XAN0X14&feature=autoplay&list=UUMVVL9kvXaZwbt63b-TJ5Ww&lf=plcp&playnext=3

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