Minnesota Burn Injury Lawyers

Burn injuries are often catastrophic and have been described as one of the most traumatic injuries a person can suffer. Severe burn injuries often require years of hospitalization, doctor visits, physical therapy and multiple surgeries.

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Burn trauma can be the result of construction accidents, car accidents or defective products.

Degrees of Burn Injuries

Burn injuries can be minor or severe. Treating a burn depends on the degree. There are three categories of burn injuries:

  • First-degree burns — First-degree burns affect the outer layer of the skin.
  • Second-degree burns — Second-degree burns extend deeper into the tissue. These are often associated with blistering, and are usually not serious and heal within a matter of weeks.
  • Third-degree burns — Third-degree burns are the most serious burn injury. In third-degree burns, a victim’s skin and underlying tissue is damaged. Third-degree burn victims are left with permanent scarring. In the most severe cases, fire and chemical burns can result in death.

Free Consultation About Your Burn Injuries

If you or a loved one is a victim of a fire or chemical burn, please contact the experienced Minnesota burn injury lawyers and attorneys at the Sieben Polk P.A. The injury attorneys at Sieben Polk P.A. bring more than 50 years of experience to litigating burn and fire injury claims. Our success has resulted in large verdicts and settlements for our clients. Please contact experienced Minnesota burn injury lawyers and attorneys at Sieben Polk P.A. for a free consultation at 651-437-3148.

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$1.4 million for laborer and pump mechanic at Butler Taconite and National Steel Pellet in Nashuwauk and Keewatin, Minnesota. Client suffered from malignant mesothelioma.
In 2021, Sieben Polk attorneys recovered over $5,000,000.00 before trial for a retired Minneapolis pipe fitter in a lawsuit against manufacturers of asbestos-containing equipment.
An $8,050,000 jury verdict in 2001 on behalf of a pipefitter exposed to asbestos at a refinery.
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