As personal injury and accident attorneys, the lawyers at Cunningham Law in Phoenix AZ represent plaintiffs across America looking for justice from those who have caused them injury through negligence or wrongdoing.
Our personal injury law firm specializes in burn injury cases nationwide; we seek financial compensation on behalf of clients who have been physically or psychologically injured due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or party. In wrongful death cases, we represent families who have suffered the death of a loved one due to the negligence of others.
But just what is negligence?
Negligence can be described as follows; it is the failure of a person, or a business, organization or entity to use reasonable care. Negligence may consist of action or inaction, and by that we mean that negligence is doing something that a reasonably prudent person would ordinarily not do, or failing to do something that a reasonably prudent person ordinarily would do under similar circumstances.
Proving negligence is the key to success in a burn injury claim; our goal is to help our clients obtain fair compensation for their burn injury through either a settlement or verdict. Our burn injury and accident attorneys handle burn injury cases and clients nationwide.
Here are just a few examples of burn injury cases recently handled by Cunningham Law; Negligence was responsible in all of these personal injury cases; the first 2 cases were settled, with the terms of the settlements confidential.
- A 3 year-old girl was enjoying a day at an amusement park with her family; she was burned when scalding hot chocolate was spilled onto her as she sat in her stroller.
- A 15-year-old girl suffered a severe chemical burn injury while getting her hair highlighted at a hair salon.
- In 2008 in the case of Mutuvi-Kavu v. Electrolux Home Products, Inc, the Cunningham Law Firm obtained one of the largest burn related verdicts in Arizona history when a Pinal County jury unanimously awarded the plaintiffs, two young brothers and their parents $43,112,000.
What constitutes actual negligence depends on the facts of every individual case. If you would like a more detailed explanation of negligence, and how it may relate to your burn injury claim, contact Cunningham Law today for a free consultation.
Statements on Cunninghamlawfirm.com are not meant as legal or medical advice. Consult with your health care provider for diagnosis or treatment.