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Your Rights Matter To Our Bethlehem Workplace Accident Lawyer

Burn injuries sustained at work can be very severe and very painful. In an instant, you can sustain a severe burn on any part of your body due to a workplace accident. When these injuries occur, it’s important to receive medical treatment right away. Then make sure you talk to an attorney about all your available legal options.

Restaurant workers, welders, plumbers and people who work in the heating and air conditioning business are especially vulnerable to work-related burn injuries. But anyone can potentially sustain a burn injury at work.

In Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, Bethlehem workplace injury attorney Anthony R. Vellner of Vellner Law, PC has been helping people dealing with common work injuries receive the help and financial support they need and deserve for decades. He understands how the legal system works and he wants to represent you.

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    Common Causes Of Burn Injuries

    Burn injuries cover a wide range, from mild first-degree burns to severe third-degree burns. There’s even a fourth-degree burn, which refers to burns where the injury affects the bones and tendons as well as the skin.

    Work-related burn injuries occur for many different reasons, including:

    • Fires at work
    • Direct contact with a hot surface, especially in commercial kitchens
    • Boiling water poured onto someone’s skin
    • Exposure to an open flame, such as a blow torch or gas flame on a stove

    Whatever the cause of your work-related burn injury, no matter how straightforward or complicated your case might seem, we want to help you get your life back on track.

    We’re On Your Side

    Having an attorney on your side can be beneficial in many different ways if you sustained a serious skin burn at work. We can help you fill out any necessary forms required by your employer or insurance company. We can deal directly with your employer on your behalf.

    In addition, if you’re being denied treatment, we can demand a second opinion and investigate your injury. We can also serve as your advocate if your employer tries to pressure you to return to work – even though you still need more time to fully recover.

    We’re here for you when you need us most. Contact us and find out how our law firm can help you with your burn injury. Schedule your free case consultation right now.