Springfield Burn Injury Lawyer

Victims of burn injuries typically have an extremely difficult time recovering and resuming their lives. Fortunately, the law allows them to pursue financial recourse when someone else is the cause of their burns. With the aid of an experienced burn injury lawyer, victims can receive significant compensation.

Why Choose Us?

Relentless Advocates

At Cava Law Firm, we are relentless in our pursuit of the compensation our clients deserve. We work diligently to recover the maximum settlement possible.

When you choose Cava Law Firm, you get a firm with:

  • Decades of combined experience recovering compensation for clients;
  • A track record of substantial settlement offers;
  • Professionals who know how to fight and win.

For years, we have been fighting and winning for burn injury victims. We are ready to potentially fight for you.

To set up a free consultation with a burn injury lawyer in Springfield, give our office a call at (413) 737-3430 or (413) 781-CAVA (2282). Learn how Cava Law Firm can help!

Fighting for Accountability

Our objective at Cava Law Firm is to hold parties accountable for your injuries. If you have experienced a burn injury, our burn injury lawyers will investigate the cause and find the responsible parties. We’ll also determine what your appropriate damages payout should be.

Who Pays?

Who pays depends on how your burn injuries occurred. Negligence makes someone liable for burn injuries.

Common occurrences involving negligence leading to burns include:

  • Burns from car accidents;
  • Improper electrical wiring;
  • Improper use of appliances;
  • Improper use of electrical equipment and electronics;
  • Yard fire pits;
  • Gas grills and stoves;
  • Improper packaging;
  • Serving dangerously hot food or beverages; and

Improper handling or transport of hazardous materials.

In these cases, our attorneys search for the direct cause of your injuries and link it to the party that owed you a duty of care (duty to maintain a degree of safety). Depending on the situation, that party may be a:

  • Motorist;
  • Employer of a driver;
  • Homeowner or renter;
  • Commercial property owner;
  • Restaurant owner;
  • Company; and/or
  • Private party.

At Cava Law Firm, our burn injury lawyers take great care in investigating and identifying all liable parties in burn injuries. We understand the need burn injury victims have and work aggressively to recover the compensation they deserve.

Cava Law Firm: Fighting hard to get you fair compensation!

Frequently Asked Questions

We have answered some of our most commonly posed questions about burn injuries below. For more information, please don’t hesitate to give Cava Law Firm a call.

How long do I have to file a burn injury claim?

In general, you have a three-year window to file a lawsuit. The clock starts the moment the burn injury occurs. Within this time, you must submit your insurance claim to the appropriate company and either settle the claim or file a lawsuit. If not, your claim will expire. Remember that filing an insurance claim does not stop the statute of limitations. However, filing a lawsuit will. If your settlement negotiations are close to the three-year deadline, your burn injury lawyer in Springfield will likely file a lawsuit to prevent your right to compensation from becoming void.

How much compensation can I get for a burn injury claim?

It depends on your claim. If your circumstances allow you to seek full damages, you will be entitled to economic damages (medical bills, lost income, expenses) as well as non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering, permanent disfigurement, and loss of enjoyment of life.

What are the different types of burn injuries?

Burns are often caused by fire and heat, but there are also other causes. Cold and cold objects and substances may burn, as can industrial products and chemicals can burn your skin or damage your lungs. Also common as a cause of burn injuries is electricity, frequently from downed power lines or improperly installed or connected wiring.

What happens if the insurance coverage does not cover my damages?

If insurance does not cover the damages you have suffered, you may be forced to sue the liable party directly, whether they are a homeowner, motorist, or business owner. In cases involving employees who negligently burn or cause someone to be burned, the employer may also be held liable.

Call our office to get more answers to your questions about burns and burn injury compensation.

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Get the Effective Counsel You Deserve

Burn injuries can lead to pain and suffering, scarring, and significant financial setbacks. If you have been harmed by others. Reach out for representation today to protect your claim!

For a free consultation with a burn injury lawyer in Springfield, contact Cava Law Firm. You deserve to have your case handled by an advocate concerned only with recovering every dollar of the money you deserve for your injuries. Call (413) 737-3430 or (413) 781-CAVA (2282) to set up a free case review today.

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Attorney Jennifer L. Cava-Foreman would like to take the guesswork out of choosing a lawyer by letting the facts and her winning verdicts speak for themselves. Attorney Cava-Foreman is known in the local courts and has firsthand experience with many types of cases ranging from personal injury to criminal defense. Attorney Cava-Foreman understands that every case and every client is different. Whether a client is injured or mixed up in a criminal matter, she will provide the legal advice needed and stand up for her client in court. [ Attorney Bio ]

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