Seeking Justice For Those Affected By Burns

A Painful And Debilitating Injury

Burns injuries can be extremely painful and incapacitating and often result in permanent scarring. In some cases, a severe burn injury can even lead to disfigurement. If you or a loved one has suffered a burn-related injury in a house fire, a workplace fire, an explosion or any other severe fire that was caused by another person's carelessness or negligence, you may pursue compensation for your injuries by filing a personal injury claim.

You Can Trust Our Experience

At Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo, we have been helping personal injury victims seek justice for over three decades ― and we can help you, too. We have a long history of success when it comes to winning settlements and jury verdicts for our clients, so contact us today and let us put our experience to work for you.

For a FREE legal consultation with one of our experienced burn injury attorneys, call us today at 610-295-5321 local or 888-854-6895 toll free. You can also reach us online. With offices in Bethlehem and Whitehall, we serve clients in the Lehigh Valley and throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Types Of Burn Injuries

At Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo, we understand the pain and suffering that burn injury victims face. We have successfully handled complex and difficult burn injury lawsuits on behalf of clients throughout Pennsylvania.

Burn injuries come in many forms:

  • First-degree burns cause redness and swelling and can be very painful.
  • Second-degree burns affect both the outer layer of skin as well as the lower layer (the dermis).
  • Third-degree burns take a long time to heal and often result in permanent scarring.
  • Smoke inhalation is the most common cause of fire-related injuries.
  • Exposure to toxic substances occurs when fire accident victims breathe in smoke that is filled with harmful substances.

Our lawyers give every client the individual attention that is so important in achieving a successful result. We will work to determine the present-day effects of your burn injury as well as the impact it is likely to have on you for decades to come.