At Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., an industrial accident and burn injury attorney can help personal injury victims statewide obtain fair compensation for their injuries. Our catastrophic injury attorneys are renowned for their skilled representation of victims of construction site and workplace injuries. Boasting an impressive track record of successful verdicts and settlements, we provide each client with the highest standard of representation and an unsurpassed level of personalized attention. To schedule a free consultation, contact a Mobile, Alabama industrial accident and burn injury attorney today.

Industrial Accident

According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, 4.4 million industrial accidents were reported in private industry workplaces during 2003. Construction and industrial accidents commonly result in an array of catastrophic personal injuries including brain and spinal cord injuries.

If someone negligently causes a preventable industrial accident that leads to a personal injury, that individual and the company that he or she works for can be held legally accountable. Likewise, if a foreman fails to enforce federal or state safety law among his or her workers, the foreman and the company are liable for any injuries that result.

You have the right to work in a safe place without fear of injury. At Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., in Mobile, Alabama, you can find an industrial accident attorney who can help you maximize your claim’s return. Serving clients statewide, our industrial and construction site injury lawyers have been helping victims obtain just compensation for more than 40 years.

To schedule a case review and evaluation with an experienced industrial accident attorney, contact our office today. We can help you hold negligent, reckless, or careless parties financially liable for your injuries. You may be entitled to monetary damages for medical bills, lost wages, rehabilitation costs, and pain and suffering.

Burn Injury

According to the American Burn Association, each year 2.4 million people suffer burn injuries that require medical attention. Of these victims, 75,000 require hospitalization – half of those in a specialized burn unit. Up to 12,000 burn injury victims die each year.

A serious burn injury can be one of the most devastating personal injuries any person can suffer. The costs (monetary, physical, and psychological) of recovery are staggering. Months of hospitalization may be required, and victims frequently require extensive counseling to overcome the trauma.

At Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., a burn injury attorney can help victims obtain compensation for injuries resulting from another party’s reckless, careless, or negligent actions. Whether you sustain injuries at home or on the job, our attorneys can help you obtain fair compensation. We have handled burn injury cases arising from:

  • Auto accidents
  • Industrial accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Defective products
  • Electrical accidents
  • Gas explosions

If a victim dies as a result of a burn injury, an attorney at our firm can help the surviving family members obtain wrongful death compensation for medical and funeral expenses, loss of consortium, and punitive damages.

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