The Michigan steam burn injury lawyers at our firm represent clients who have suffered serious burn injuries. Many of these steam burn injury victims are injured in the City of Detroit from steam coming out of manhole covers. This is the result of the underground heating system in Detroit. Many of these victims suffer second and third degree burns.
The manner in which a burn injury will heal often depends on the source of the burn. For example, scalding burns from hot liquid, like coffee or tea, are often limited to small areas and have a better chance of healing than an electrical burn injury. Scalding burns from intensely hot bath water often cover larger areas of the body and may have a much more difficult time healing, leaving the child with significant scarring and disfigurement over a larger portion of the body.
If you or a child you know were injured in an accident resulting in scalding burns, you should contact our firm immediately.
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