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Wisconsin Fire Injury Lawyers

Fires are deadly for several reasons. Not only can the extreme heat and roaring flames cause seroius damage to your body, but smoke and toxic gases produced by the fire can burn the inside of your lungs. In fact, it is the hot gases that are most dangerous, as they can also obscure your vision and prevent you from escaping from a fiery room.

Two of the main causes of fires include arson and equipment failure. While you may regularly check your electrical appliances at home for potential fire hazards, the owner of a business or housing complex may not be so careful. This can result in blazing fires that can injure you and those you love. If you have been injured in a fire, you should not let the premises owner get away with this negligent act. To learn more about fighting for your legal rights, contact a Wisconsin fire injury lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 today.

Injuries Caused by Fires

Fires can cause painful and debilitating to both the outside and inside of your body. The damages from fire are due to the flame itself, as well as the smoke and toxic gases produced as objects burn. When your skin is exposed to heat and flame, you can suffer from first, second, and third degree burns. Burns can cause the following:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Blistering
  • Infections
  • Shock

When you inhale smoke, it can burn the inside of your mouth, throat, and lungs. This can cause irritation, swelling, and airway collapse.

In the United States, a fire victim dies every 158 minutes on average. Additionally, someone suffers a fire-related injury every 31 minutes. Do not let these numbers increase by allowing premises owners to go unpunished for fires on their properties.

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To learn more about receiving fair compensation for your injuries, contact a Wisconsin fire injury attorney from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today at 800-242-2874.

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