Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer Explains Car Accident Burn Injuries In Ontario, California

September 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer, a personal injury lawyer based out of Ontario, California, is reaching out to the wider community to explain the complexities of car accident burn injuries. The law firm has several offices around California and offers their clients help with all kinds of personal injury cases. Learn more about their services here: Ontario accident injury lawyer.

Alexander D. Napolin of Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer says, “When you tell people you have been in a car accident, their mind generally thinks of you sustaining injuries like whiplash, back or shoulder pain, head or brain injuries. As fatal as those injuries can be, car accident burn injuries are another type of auto injuries that can be both serious and fatal—and unfortunately, burn injuries don’t often first come to mind when you think ‘car accident.’”

Napolin explains, “Car accident burn injuries usually occur as a result of auto collision of some sort. These injuries can also be caused by heat in the engine, running gear, or wheel area. You can sustain such injuries if your car catches on fire after a crash. Other times, exposure to hot metal, hot oil, hot water, or steam can cause burn injuries. The severity of these injuries depends on the nature of the burn.”

According to the US Fire Administration, 83% of highway vehicle fires take place in passenger cars. Problems in the engine, running gear, and wheels cause 36% of fatal accidents. Almost half of ignition fires were a result of mechanical failures, 29% of these accidents were caused by insulation around electrical wiring, and flammable liquids in the engine caused 18%. The most disturbing statistic, however, is that collisions contribute to 60% of fatal car accident burn injuries.

As Napolin states, if someone finds themselves with a car accident burn injury, it could fall under three categories: first, second, or third degree burns. First degree burns affect the outer layer of the skin (epidermis) only. If someone sustains this type of burns, their skin may be red and painful in the beginning but it will soon fade away. Second degree burns also affect mostly the outer layer of skin, but they burn a little deeper (including the dermis). In this case, the person’s skin would be blistered, in addition to being red and painful.

The most severe burns are categorized as third degree burns, and they damage the epidermis, the dermis and more. These burns will cause damage to bones, muscles, and tendons. Anyone unlucky enough to sustain third-degree burns will need to undergo multiple surgeries. Unfortunately, third-degree burns can be fatal in the instance of infections or any other complications.

Napolin says, “While cars are meant to be designed to be safely operated without the risk of fire, it is not always the case. In case you’ve suffered or are suffering from burn injuries due to a manufacturing or maintenance negligence, you are entitled to legal rights for pain and suffering compensation. If you sustained burn injuries as a result of a collision while driving, depending on who is at fault, you will also be entitled to legal compensation. It is vital however, that you have the right lawyers representing you, and we’re the best burn injury lawyer Ontario California has.”

He continues, “In order to determine your legal dues and rights in the instance you find yourself hurt due to a car accident burn injury, we recommend seeking an expert opinion. You can call us to receive a free consultation. These cases are very complex and cannot be tackled on your own, so having us on board will ensure that you have a competent team covering you and will give you the most optimal results.”

One of his clients, Andrea Ruis, says in her 5-Star Google review: “I highly recommend Napolin for help with legal issues. Even if you are not sure if you need a lawyer, it helps to talk to a knowledgeable attorney. I did, and it turns out that I need an attorney for my current car accident case. I feel grounded and on the right track now that I have legal representation of a high caliber. I wanted to share my experience because I felt like I had options that I didn’t know I had after the first meeting with Alexander.”

Those who are interested in learning more about Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer or the services they provide may find more information on the firm’s website. In addition, Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer can also be found on Facebook, where they post frequent updates, general legal advice, and interact with their community. Further information can also be found at the following link: Car Accident Burn Injury Lawyer Ontario California.

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For more information about Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer, contact the company here:

Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer
Alexander D. Napolin
844-984-4878
hurt@napolinlaw.com
430 N. Vineyard Ave. Ste. 125 Ontario, CA 91764

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