Undefeated Explosion and Burn Injury Lawyers
FAQ: What if I was Burned in an Accident that I was Partially At Fault for Causing?
Even if you’re partly at fault for causing the accident, you should still be able to proceed with your case and recover damages.
If your case, like many cases, is settled before trial, this will likely never became an issue, because your percentage of fault in causing the accident can only be decided by the Judge or Jury at trial.
In the event your case does go to trial—where our lawyers are undefeated—the Defendant will have to present evidence that proves that you did something that directly caused or contributed to causing the accident in order to argue that you were at fault. If the Defendant fails to present this evidence at trial, then the Defendant will be barred from arguing that you were in anyway at fault for the accident, and the Jury will focus exclusively on the Defendant’s conduct—not yours.
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With over $1 Billion recovered for clients injured and burned in connection with some of the most catastrophic workplace explosions and fires in history, our Burn Injury Lawyers have the resources, experience and skills to ensure that you receive both the maximum recovery possible and the best medical treatment available.
If you or a loved one were injured or burned in an accident or explosion, contact our Undefeated Explosion and Burn Injury Lawyers at 1-888-603-3636 or Click Here to send us a confidential email through our Contact Us Form.
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