Fire and Burn Injuries
Knoxville attorney Mark C. Hartsoe is experienced in handling fire and burn injuries. Burn injuries are devastating, extremely painful and usually result in significant permanent disfigurement. In most cases, the dispute with the insurance company and defendant will involve proving the fire’s cause and origin. Tennessee fire and burn injury attorney Mark C. Hartsoe works with nationally recognized fire cause and origin experts to evaluate the fire scene and other evidence, including photographs, smoke detectors, electrical infrastructure and other relevant evidence. Oftentimes the fire will destroy evidence which would help explain how and why the fire started and the injury or fire death occurred.
If you or a loved one has been seriously burned or killed in a fire due to someone else’s negligence, please contact Tennessee fire and burn injury lawyer Mark C. Hartsoe to discuss your potential case. You can reach Mr. Hartsoe at (865) 524-5657. You can also email Tennessee fire and burn lawyer Mark C. Hartsoe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Taking prompt action to interview witnesses, evaluate physical evidence and relevant investigatory material is critical to helping establish liability. Burn victims who have been injured or killed due to someone else’s negligence deserve compensation for their medical bills, pain and suffering, disfigurement , lost wages, loss of enjoyment of life and continuing medical treatment. The Hartsoe Law Firm, P.C. is dedicated to aggressively pursuing Tennessee fire and burn injury cases on behalf of injured personas and their families.
The Hartsoe Law Firm, P.C. represents people suffering from burn injuries caused by:
Faulty wiring in rental units Absence of smoke detectors & faulty smoke detectors Locked fire exits Apartment fires involving substandard fire separation Lack of sprinkler system
Fire cases usually involve evaluation of relevant building codes to determine whether the burned building met code. A property owner can also be held liable for failing to correct known fire hazards when it was forseeable that the hazard could cause a fire. There is no charge for an initial consultation for your fire or burn injury case.