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What are a NC burn injury survivor's rights when a personal injury occurs? Here are some answers to frequently asked questions. How common are burn injuries?
In the United States between 1 million and 2.4 million burn injuries are reported each year. Burn injuries often result from unknown dangers at home. How does a burn injury victim find a North Carolina personal injury attorney for a claim?
Burn injury survivor support groups, rehabilitation professional referrals and bar associations are sources for finding a NC personal injury lawyer. How does a burn injury victim pay for legal help?
Lawyers who work on personal injury cases usually agree to a contingency fee, which is a percentage of the amount successfully recovered in the lawsuit. If there is no recovery, the lawyer does not get compensated. If a burn injury plaintiff proves a third party caused the injury, what can the damages be?