Burn Injuries are most typically caused by excess heat exposure or chemicals. More infrequent burn injury types are caused by extreme cold, lights and radiation. Burn injuries range in severity from minor injuries that quickly heal to extremely serious injuries that leave permanent and painful scarring. Usually, the severity of the injury is determined by the type of burn.
Burn injuries range from first degree to fourth degree. First and most second degree burns will heal in time with minimal medical treatment needed. Third and fourth degree burns, however, are much more dangerous. They can cause a great deal of pain as well as mental strains in having to deal with the intense phycial therapies and treatments for you. Victims of third and fourth degree burns are likely to develop a multitude of painful side effects and symptoms as soon as they sustain their injuries.
Common Burn Injury Side Effects & Symptoms
There are numerous complicated side effects and symptoms that are associated with severe burn injuries. These side effects can include:
- Muscles Damage
- Bone Damage
- Blood Vessel Damage
- Skin Damage
- Nerve Damage
- Loss of feeling in areas that are burned
- Respiratory problems
- Scarred appearance
- Emotional trauma
- Immense pain
Jeffers Denver Law understands the complications with burn injuries. If you feel that your burn injury is the cause of someone else’s negligence, don’t wait to get the representation that you need. Contact Jeffers Denver Law today and let us discuss the next step in both your recovery as well as legal proceedings.
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