Injuries from Burning Structures
House fire injuries call for bold and determined legal representation
House fires can be terrifying and deadly. The experienced attorneys of the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein can help you pursue the full extent of damages owed to you by the liable party. Don't delay. Call 1-866-275-4563.
For survivors, burn injuries are among the most painful to endure and difficult to recover from. To reduce the risk of fire hazards, a property owner must follow guidelines, which may include:
- Inspecting all electrical work.
- Making sure all escape routes are clear of obstruction.
- Checking that all sprinklers and alarms function.
The property owner has duty of care to provide premises which are "reasonably safe" for guests/visitors/tenants to use. The owner must inspect and repair "common areas" that are under his control. A landlord is liable where "in the exercise of reasonable care, the defendant could have and should have discovered by plain and simple inspection, the condition and risk involved and made the condition safe."
A house fire can wreak havoc on lives, especially when injuries and financial setbacks are the result. Call our experts today.
You've heard of house fires happening, but never imagined you or your loved ones would be a victim of one. There can be further shock over how complicated the process becomes. You may be overwhelmed by medical bills, insurance company red tape, and other paper work. Let our experience guide you. We have been helping Maine families cope with personal injury cases for four decades.