Birmingham Burn Injury Attorneys
Glenda Cochran Associates, Attorney at Law Has the Experience You Need
Glenda Cochran Associates Attorneys at Law is the premier law firm when it comes to severe burn injuries and personal
injury claims. We focus heavily on these types of cases, giving us levels
of insight and experience that you will not find at other personal injury firms.
Our burn injury lawyers have fought and won on behalf of clients in situations very similar to
your own – and we are prepared to do the same for you!
Why You Need an Experienced Burn Injury Lawyer
Burn injuries are not only painful, but are also
serious injuries that require immediate medical attention. Depending on the severity of
the burn, you may need to undergo skin grafting, surgery or even amputation.
Together with the emotional and psychological toll, severe burn injuries
may also require expensive long-term treatment. File for compensation
to make sure you can afford high-quality care.
Have you or a loved one suffered a burn injury because of someone else's
reckless actions? Our Birmingham burn injury lawyers at
Glenda Cochran Associates Attorneys at Law can help you file a compensation-seeking claim against the responsible
party. You and your loved ones shouldn't have to shoulder the financial
burden of an accident caused by another party. Pursue justice with us today.
Classification of Burn Injuries
over 25 years of experience, our Birmingham burn injury attorney has aided countless burn victims.
When handling burn injury cases, our burn injury lawyers act quickly before
important evidence is discarded or lost.
The six most common types of burn injuries include:
What are the 4 Types of Burns?
First degree burn: First degree burns affect the outermost layer of skin, which is called
the epidermis. First degree burns are painful, red, and dry with no blisters
formed. A mild sunburn is an example of a first degree burn. These are
also known as "superficial" burns.
Second degree burn: Second degree burns involve the lower layer of the skin, which is called
the dermis. These are also known as "partial thickness" burns.
Third degree burn: Third degree burns affect both the dermis and the epidermis. These burns
may even go all the way to the subcutaneous tissue. Third degree burns
look blackened and are also known as "full thickness" burns.
Fourth degree burn: Fourth-degree burns go through both of the layers of skin as well as
the deeper and underlying tissue. These burns may even affect muscle and
bone. The nerve endings with these types of burns have been destroyed,
which leaves no feeling in the affected area.
Our burn injury attorneys' dedication and commitment is evident in
everything that we do. Over the years, Glenda Cochran Associates Attorneys
at Law have
won millions of dollars in compensation for seriously injured burn victims. As soon as you enlist our services,
we will roll up our sleeves and begin working on a personalized case strategy
that reflects your specific needs. You don't have to face this traumatic
Consult a Birmingham Burn Injury Lawyer for Free
We handle all personal injury cases on a
contingency fee basis. We don't charge out-of-pocket legal fees unless we are successful
in obtaining compensation on your behalf. As our client, you can rest
assured in knowing that your matter is in competent hands.
Contact us today
for more information on how we can help you with your burn injury matter.