Differences Between Third and Fourth-Degree Burns

Posted by Firm Staff on Sep 26, 2017 12:14:20 PM

There are varying degrees of burn injuries, ranging from first-degree to fourth-degree burns and beyond. Some of the most debilitating are third and fourth-degree burns. Each year, hundreds of thousands of individuals are admitted to hospitals for burn injuries that occur in the home, workplace, or as the result of car accidents. Regardless of the cause, severe burns have a traumatic effect on the victim and their families emotionally, physically, and financially.

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Topics: Burn Injury, Burn Injury Attorney, Burn Injury Lawyer, Severe Burn Injury

Study Finds Young Children at Higher Risk for Ocular Chemical Burns

Posted by Firm Staff on Sep 13, 2016 3:31:45 PM

 

A study published in JAMA Ophthalmology found young children represent the single highest-risk group for ocular chemical injuries. Though chemical eye burns from cleaning products and industrial chemicals are generally considered an issue in work-related settings, injury rates are highest among children aged one to two years.

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Topics: Health, Burn Injury, Burn Injury Lawsuit, The New York Times, JAMA Ophthalmology, Research, Health Study, Health Research, Severe Burn Injury, Burn Injury Lawyer, Burn Injury Attorney, Ryan Foster

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