Burn Accident Checklist

Burning yourself is actually a fairly common experience. Most people have touched a hot stove or a lit match and experienced the pain of burning skin. Sometimes we burn ourselves, other times we are burned by someone else or as a result of their actions. Many non-lawyers have no idea what they can do to help themselves following a burn accident. Crucial evidence that you could use to help yourself, due to the nature of the incident (like burning wood, for example) disappears never to be seen again. Here are some tips that you can use to ensure that you have maximized your potential for recovery through evidence preservation.

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