Burn & Electrocution Injuries

Have you been electrocuted or burned? If so, contact us. We can help.

Michael Brennan is the burn and electrocution attorney who will fight for the compensation that you deserve.

If you have been burned or electrocuted on someone else’s property, or because of a product defect, then you may be able to claim compensation from the owner or manufacturer. Because you will need proof that the property owner was negligent or the product was defective during normal use, it is critical that you contact us as soon as possible so we can help determine the best evidence of their fault.

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Michael Brennan is a former Illinois State’s Attorney with more than 25 years of trial experience. His tough, results-driven approach will ensure that you get the highest level of compensation for yourself and your family.

With offices conveniently located in Orland Park, Illinois, as well as downtown Chicago, personal injury attorney Michael Brennan requires no fees until you achieve your compensation settlement.

Call us for a free consultation in regards to your burn or electrocution case, and the possibilities for compensation.

An Overview of Burn or Electrocution Law

As someone who has been injured in a burn or electrocution accident, the law allows you to sue in a civil action called a tort. A tort is a complicated process, and that means you require an experienced attorney like Orland Park based personal injury lawyer Michael Brennan, to gain fair compensation for your accident.

Ways in which a property owner could be held accountable for your burn or electrocution include dangerous situations such as exposed wires, a cracked furnace or faulty wiring. If the dangerous situation is a permanent fixture, then it is assumed that the property owner knew about the problem. If the dangerous situation was not permanent, then the length of time that the situation existed comes into play. Again, a burn or electrocution accident is a complicated process, so if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Orland Park personal injury attorney, Michael Brennan, as soon as possible.

Burns or electrocutions due to product defects are similarly complex in nature. In order to hold the product manufacturer accountable, it must be proven that the product caused the injury during normal or otherwise expected use. Also, any warnings about the possibility of burn or electrocution during use need to be proven as insufficient or non-existent. The manufacturer likely has a legal team that will do everything in their power to show that your claim is false or that you intentionally injured yourself for compensation. Otherwise, they may try to settle with you for far less compensation than you deserve. That is why it is so important that you contact Orland Park personal injury attorney Michael Brennan. He will advise you on your rights for compensation and will pursue that on your behalf, represent you in court if necessary, and will advise you on any other options available to you.

The compensation that you can claim covers a number of aspects. You may get compensation for your medical bills, including past, current, and future care. You may get compensation for lost wages if your ability to work has been impaired. You may also get compensation for reasons that are less quantifiable, but are still very important. These include pain and suffering, disfigurement, and loss of consortium (which, simply put, is when your spousal relationship has been affected).

With the complexities of a burn or electrocution accident claim, especially in the case of personal injury, it is important that you deal with an experienced and qualified personal injury lawyer. This will ensure that you gain the maximum amount of compensation possible, in the easiest, fastest, and most understanding way. Illinois based personal injury attorney Michael Brennan is dedicated to achieving the best result for you, so call for your free consultation. Michael is available for consultations in both Orland Park, Illinois, as well as downtown Chicago.