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Burn Injuries in the Workplace

Victims of serious on-the-job burn injuries are often left unable to work and facing months — if not years — of costly and painful medical treatments. And even though no one goes to work expecting to suffer a burn injury, the sad reality is that some jobs are simply more dangerous than others, particularly those in construction.

If you or a loved one has suffered a severe work-related burn injury, you need an experienced, reputable law firm in your corner protecting your rights — you need Edelman & Edelman, P.C.

Since 1978, we have worked tirelessly to earn an impeccable reputation for providing the very best legal representation. We take great pride in our quality of work and our long track record of obtaining superior results for our clients.

Don’t Make The Mistake Of Trusting Your Case To Anyone Else
Trusting your claim to a law firm with little personal injury experience can be a huge mistake, especially when it comes to complex burn injury cases. There is a reason why we are one of the premier personal injury law firms in New York City. Contact us today for your no-obligation initial consultation. You can reach us online or by phone at 212-235-1197.
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Is Any Job Truly Safe?

No matter how safe you think your job may be, there is always at least some risk of fire. While there is no way to guarantee a work-related fire or explosion will never impact you or a loved one, our lawyers can help you explore your legal options should you ever suffer a serious burn injury while at work.

In fact, we have successfully represented injured workers in a wide array of work-related accident claims, including those injured while working in dangerous industries such as construction or electrical. Quite simply, we have the skill and experience to handle any work-related burn injury case, including injuries involving:

  • Workplace fires and explosions
  • Electrical burns and fires
  • Arc flash explosions
  • Hot water burns
  • Chemical burns and fires
  • Fires and explosions caused by defective work equipment or machinery
  • Fires and explosions caused by negligent property owners and/or third parties

Even if you are an undocumented worker, it is important to remember that you have rights if you are injured in a workplace fire or explosion. Over the years, we have helped injured workers from all over the globe, including those from Mexico, Poland and Venezuela, among other countries.

Don’t Hurt Your Potential Recovery— Call Us First.

Don’t make the mistake of settling your case for thousands when you may be entitled millions. Contact Edelman & Edelman, P.C., online or at 212-235-1197 to explore your potential options for financial compensation.

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3 Reasons To Hire Us


We Go All In:With every case we accept, we put all of the firm’s resources behind our pursuit of a positive outcome. We are not afraid to spend whatever amount is necessary to present a winning case on your behalf.

3 Reasons To Hire Us


We Hire The Best Experts:We do our homework and find the experts who are doing the most cutting-edge research on your type of injury. We regularly work with medical experts, scientists, people from academia and others.

3 Reasons To Hire Us


We Know Our Opposition: In our nearly 65 years in business, we have seen all the tactics opposing attorneys uses. We use proven strategies to match them and act swiftly to overcome any attempt to limit your compensation.

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