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Wrongfully Injured?

Medical Malpractice and Catastrophic Injury Attorneys

*Certified Specialist in Serious Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation

Burn Injuries

Burn injuries present issues uniquely devastating in personal injury. Along with pain, debilitation and scarring, the psychological damage can be catastrophic and long-lasting. When people are injured by burns due to negligence of another party, it is crucial that they receive the proper care so they can heal and elevate their quality of life as much as possible.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury, it is important that you reach out to counsel who will protect your rights and do everything to obtain the compensation you need to heal and recover.

Burn Injuries Lawyers

With more than 30 years of experience and tens of millions obtained for clients, our AV-rated* attorneys are prepared to do everything possible to obtain the compensation to which you are entitled for any serious burns you have sustained due to negligence. Because of our rigorous preparation of each case, we are fully ready to go to trial if opposing counsel is unwilling to settle for the compensation you need to heal and recover fully.

Our team is prepared to do everything to obtain compensation for:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Depression
  • Self-image issues
  • Loss of self-confidence
  • Social problems
  • Physical limitations

Burn Injuries From Motorcycle Accident? Call Us Today.

If you have been injured by a serious burn injury in Phoenix or nearby, schedule your free initial consultation with one of our burn injury attorneys at Harris, Powers & Cunningham. We can be reached locally at 602-910-6779.

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