Burn Injury Lawsuit Loan
Uplift Legal Funding now offers burn injury lawsuit loan approval for most case types. Recovering from burns can be very difficult because of, inability to move and deformity of burn spots on body. Many times burn victims will require some sort of therapy to help transition back into their normal daily lives. In addition, your lawsuit can take years to settle because of the unwillingness of insurance companies to pay.
A burn is a type of injury to skin or other tissues, caused by heat, cold, electricity, chemicals, friction or radiation. Most burns are due to heat from hot liquids, solids or fire. In the United States, the most common causes of burns are:
- fire or flame (44%)
- scalds (33%)
- hot objects (9%)
Most (69%) burn injuries occur at home or at work and most are accidental.
Lawsuit Loans for Your Burn Injury Case
Qualifying for lawsuit loans with Uplift Legal Funding is very easy. The amount of legal funding you will receive depends on the strength of your case. Furthermore, it is absolutely necessary that you have some sort of burn injury, and have a lawyer who represent you in a lawsuit.
Burns do not affect the skin uniformly, so a single injury can reach varying depths. Some of the most common symptoms of burn injuries include:
- Peeling skin
- Red skin
- Swelling of skin
- White charred skin
- Difficulty breathing coughing
If you are unsure if we cover your case type give us a call. With a few simple questions we can help determine the status of your case.
Information And Statistics – Burn Injuries
Doctors classify burn injuries by degree:
- First-degree burns are minor burns affecting only the outer layer of the skin. Usually causing redness, swelling and pain.
- Second-degree burns affect both the epidermis and the second layer of skin. It may cause red, white o splotchy skin. Pain may be severe and scarring may occur
- Third-degree burns reach into the fat layer beneath the skin. Burned areas may be charred black or white.
Treatment depends on the severity of the burn. Simple pain medication can manage minor burns, while major burns may require prolonged treatment in specialized burn centers. For minor and some second-degree burns alternative medication such as honey, aloe vera, and mud. However, if possible you should seek professional medical help if you have been injured due to burns.
The American Burn Association states that roughly 450,000 patients receive hospital and emergency room treatment for burns each year. Of these roughly 3,400 burn injury deaths occur each year. According to the CDC 300 deaths are a result of car accident fires.
Why Choose Uplift Legal Funding For a Burn Injury Lawsuit Loan
At Uplift Legal Funding we guarantee the lowest lawsuit loan rates in the market. Our company mission is to provide outstanding service to all customers and help them in their time of need.
We understand the delicate nature of your case and insure you that your private information is protected. If you need cash today to help you manage your expenses Uplift Legal Funding can help. To get started call us at (800) 385-3660 or apply online.