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Fire Injuries and Death Attorneys

Fire Injuries and Death Attorneys


At Robert John & Associates Injury Law, we have helped countless individuals and families who have faced the devastating consequences of burn injuries and fire deaths. Our team of injury attorneys has a wealth of experience in handling cases involving severe burn injuries and fire fatalities. When it comes to fire injuries, time is of the essence, which is why it is crucial to contact an injury lawyer quickly. Robert John & Associates Injury Lawyers will preserve evidence, and hire fire experts to investigate the scene before any alterations are made to the property by the property owner's insurance company.

In the United States, more than 350,000 residential fires occur each year, which can result in the loss of property, belongings, and even lives. Burn injuries are excruciating and can cause disfigurement. Physical recovery can be a long and painful process, and emotional recovery may never be fully realized. The time to file an injury claim needs to be preserved, many times even before treatment is complete. Unfortunately, residential fires often result in fatalities, and the states of Indiana and Kentucky have a higher-than-average rate of fire deaths based on population. Navigating a fire injury or fire death alone is overwhelming and confusing you need a fire injury attorney.

There are many common causes of fires, including faulty electrical wiring, defective furnaces, gas leaks, cell phone and laptop chargers, dryer vents, and improperly cleaned fireplaces can also be causes of fires.

Escape is the primary issue during a fire, which is why residences should have adequate escape routes. Working smoke detectors are vital and can save lives. Shockingly, smoke detectors are still not installed in rental properties, even though
Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois each have laws that require landlords to equip rental units with working smoke detectors.

If you or your family has been affected by a fire and suffered burn injuries and/or a fire death, do not hesitate to contact Robert John & Associates Injury Law. Our decades of experience in fire injury claims can help you get the justice and compensation you deserve.

What to do if you or your family have been involved in a fire?

  • Gather information while at the fire scene, if it can be done safely. Make notes of what witnesses say. Get names, addresses, and phone numbers of all witnesses.
  • Do not give a statement to any insurance company until you have spoken to the burn injury attorneys at Robert John and Associates.
  • Do not sign anything from the insurance companies. Fire victims may be giving up rights to pursue a claim for future compensation by signing documents from insurance companies.
  • After a fire injury follow your doctor's orders for the burn injuries you have sustained. Follow-up with your doctor if your injuries are not improving.
  • Inform your own insurance company of the fire as soon as you are able.
  • Speak with an Evansville fire death and fire injury attorney at Robert John and Associates. We are here to protect your rights after a fire death or burn injury, so you can focus on recovering.

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Contact the Personal Injury Firm, Robert John and Associates, to speak with a fire death and burn injury lawyer today regarding fire death and burn injuries. Robert John & Associates lawyers represent Tri-state fire injury victims in Evansville, Jasper, Princeton, Mt. Vernon, Vincennes, Washington, Boonville, Newburgh, Rockport, Tell City, and surrounding areas. In Illinois, we serve Carmi, Mt. Carmel, Lawrenceville, Olney, Albion, Fairfield, McLeansboro, Harrisburg, Shawneetown, and surrounding areas. In Kentucky, we serve Henderson, Dixon, Morganfield, Madisonville, Owensboro, Calhoun, Hawesville, Beech Grove, Central City, Philpot, Stanley, Sorgho, Sturgis, Corydon, and surrounding areas.

The fire death and fire injury attorneys at Robert John and Associates are here to help. Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with insurance company adjusters and realize this can be a confusing and overwhelming time. Contact Robert John and Associates, fire injury lawyers, so you can focus on getting better. Our Evansville fire injury attorneys will come to you at home or in the hospital if you are unable to come to us.