Our Wisconsin burn injury attorneys can help you understand your legal rights when you have suffered a burn injury because of another person’s actions.
Burn injuries can vary greatly in severity. The most minor burns may only need a bandaid and some ointment to heal, but severe burns can change your life forever. The three types of burns include:
- First-degree burns – these only damage the outer layer of skin
- Second-degree burns – this type damages the outermost layer of skin and the layer directly beneath it
- Third-degree burns – the most serious type of burn, these burns damage or completely destroy the deepest layer of skin and can injure the tissues beneath the skin
Suffering third-degree burns usually requires skin grafts to heal and can leave the burn victim scarred and disfigured. When you have suffered these injuries at the hands of someone else, you need an experienced lawyer on your side to get the compensation you need for medical treatment and recovery.
If you are suffering with a burn injury, please call 608-807-0078 or contact Boller & Vaughan for your free consultation with one of our experienced Wisconsin burn injury attorneys.
Being injured at the hands of a medical profession who you trusted can leave you feeling angry and lost. The Madison malpractice attorneys at Boller & Vaughan can help you understand your legal options and pursue your medical malpractice claim if you file in time.
That Wisconsin legislature sets time limits on filing personal injury claims. You must file your medical malpractice claim in court within three years of the date of your injury or one year from the date your injury was discovered.
Contacting our medical malpractice attorneys as soon as you are aware of your injury will help us investigate and build your case before your time limit runs out. Medical malpractice claims are inherently complex and require expert analysis and testimony. The sooner we start investigating your claim, the stronger case we can build.
If you or a loved one has been injured by the negligence of a health care provider, please call 608-807-0078 or contact Boller & Vaughan today for your free consultation with one of our experienced Madison medical malpractice attorneys.
Spinal cord injuries can have devastating effects on your quality of life, your future earning potential and your family relationships. At Boller & Vaughan in Madison, we understand the seriousness of spinal cord injuries and can help you fight for the compensation you need to regain some normalcy in your days.
There are many degrees of spinal cord injuries and they depend on the location of injury on your spine and the severity of the injury. Your injury may be complete (loss of almost all feeling and movement below the injury) or incomplete (some movement or feeling below the point of injury).
If you’ve been injured in an accident the signs of spinal cord injury include:
- Loss of movement
- Loss of bladder or bowel control
- Extreme pain or pressure in your back, neck or head
- Numbness or tingling in your hands or feet
- Impaired breathing
If you or a loved one is suffering from a spinal cord injury caused by the negligence of someone else, please call 608-807-0078 or contact Boller & Vaughan today for your free consultation with one of our experienced Madison, Wisconsin, attorneys.