Spanish-Speaking Burn Accident Lawyer in Orange County to File a Lawsuit

Burn injuries can be incredibly painful as they can incinerate skin, nerves, tendons, muscles, and bone. Because of the nature of burn injuries, they can be tough and incredibly difficult from which to recover. When you want to file a lawsuit to get compensation for the damages incurred, it can be difficult to file and recover from the injuries – it’s something that no victim should have to go through because the stress can interrupt your recovery. If you live in Orange County and suffered a burn injury, our Spanish-speaking lawyers will focus on the legal action and procedures so that you can focus on recovery.

Spanish speakers who live in Orange County and are victims of burn injuries are due legal assistance so their rights can be protected, just like every other person. Without legal representation, it can be nearly impossible for a Spanish-speaker to get the compensation they deserve for their injuries. And so Spanish speakers are at a disadvantage when it comes to finding legal help, especially if Spanish is their only language. When someone’s only language is Spanish, it can be hard for them to find legal representation because most lawyers in the U.S. only speak English. There is a clear and heavy language barrier that only Spanish-speaking attorneys are able to cross. The Spanish-speaking attorneys at the Normandie Law Firm can guide you through the all the processes involved in your legal and answer any questions you may have regarding your case. Without a Spanish-speaking attorney in Orange County, your rights may not be fully protected and you may miss out on essential compensation. Our attorneys can speak Spanish and will treat you with the respect you deserve, and the compensation to which you are entitled.

If you live in Orange County, CA, and require a Spanish-speaking lawyer so you can detail your case to a lawyer and receive necessary compensation for the damages incurred by your burn injuries, contact the Normandie Law Firm. We are here for you.

Common Causes of Burn Injuries
The only way you can get maximum compensation for your burn injury is to get a medical doctor to confirm your burn injury. Compensation for your burn injury depends on how you got burned. The majority of cases are caused by exposure to fire, not all burn injuries are so. Below is a list of the most common causes of burn injuries:

Thermal Injuries: These injuries occur when your skin gets heated by an external heat source. The damage can vary depending on the temperature of the source of the heat and the time that you are exposed to it. It can create discomfort, reddening, blistering, scarring, charring, death of skin and the underlying tissues. External heat sources include things like fire, heaters, hot irons, stoves, ovens, etc.

Scaling Injuries: These injuries are similar to thermal burns only the source for these injuries comes from steam and boiling water. They can cause the same kinds of injuries as thermal injuries, such as discomfort, reddening, blistering, death of skin and underlying tissues. Because fire is not involved, it cannot char skin.

Chemical Injuries: Chemical can cause burn injuries, as well. Whether they be from corrosive materials or chemical reactions, they can leave severe burn injuries. Things like detergents, battery acid, solvents, and other such solutions can corrode and burn the skin.

Electrical Injuries: Electricity passes through your body with a charge. The parts where the current passes can become burned, depending on the voltage and how long you were exposed to the electricity.

If you live in Orange County and experienced any of these burns, you are entitled to receive compensation for your damages. Our Spanish-speaking attorneys will be able to speak to you and direct you to a verified physician that will be able to identify your injury and get you the right treatment so you can fully recover.

Degree of Burns
Burns are classified under three major injury qualifications. First-degree, second-degree, and third-degree burns. First-degree being the least severe and third-degree burns being the most severe.

First-Degree Burns – These burn injuries are superficial and only damage the upper-layer of skin called the epidermis. The skin becomes sensitive, reddens, dries out without any blisters. Sunburns are usually classified as first-degree burns.

Second-Degree Burns – These burns penetrate deeper than the epidermis and affect the second-layer of skin–the dermis. Second-degree burns include pain, reddens the skin, and blisters.

Third-Degree Burns – These burns penetrate the skin completely and are also known as full thickness burns. A third-degree burn completely burns the first and second layers of skin. Third-degree burns damage the muscle, nerves, tendons, and even the bone that reside beneath the skin. The burn area turns white, leathery, or charred. There is no pain associated with third-degree burns because the nerves have been destroyed they can’t send pain signals back to the brain.

Burn injuries are serious and can permanently damage your body. Apart from physiological damages, they can also cause psychological trauma. Because they are so terrible, you need the right Spanish-speaking attorney on your side. An experienced attorney will be able to fully explain all you need to now regarding your case and the compensation you may stand to win from your lawsuit.

The Normandie Law Firm Spanish-Speaking Attorneys
The Normandie Law Firm focuses on personal injury claims; our attorneys are qualified and experienced in burn injury cases. Spanish-speakers may feel at a disadvantage when it comes to getting representation. Some lawyers do not speak Spanish and so cannot provide necessary protection to your rights. Southern California has a big Spanish-speaking population and some of them only speak Spanish. For these people, it can be near impossible to find legal representation because of the language barrier. Our Orange County attorneys at the Normandie Law Firm speak Spanish and will be able to help you throughout every aspect of your burn injury lawsuit, as well as answer any question you may have regarding your burn injury case. We at the Normandie Law Firm are always committed to the client, first and foremost. If you only speak Spanish, we will match you with one of our experienced Spanish-speaking attorneys and they will give you the representation you deserve. And, as such, will get you the compensation you deserve.

Our Spanish-speaking lawyers at the Normandie Law Firm are here for you. In addition to providing you with a qualified Spanish-fluent attorney, we also offer free consultation and free second opinions. We want you to know that our attorneys are here for you.

FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION: A free consultation gives you the opportunity to sit down with one of our lawyers and explain the specifics of your case. Our attorneys will take time to listen to your case and give you their initial thoughts about your potential burn injury claim. They will also answer any question you may have about burn injuries and the legal process involved in getting you the most possible compensation. This comes at no cost to you and there is no financial obligation.

If you already have a lawyer, they may have given you a compensation amount that you can expect from your case. But this amount may not seem like enough and so you may be skeptical about your lawyer’s work ethic. You have a right to be. Some lawyers will be quick to reach a settlement; they do this because it is the easiest way for them to get paid. Once you accept your low settlement they can charge you for their legal fees. If you are skeptical about what your attorney can get you, our Spanish-speaking law firm will look at your case and give you a free second opinion.

In addition, we also offer the zero-fee guarantee. This means you will not pay for our services until we win your case and get you the compensation you deserve. If we are unable to win your case, then you do not pay for our services.

If you live in Orange County and want to file a lawsuit for your burn injuries, contact our law firm today.

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