Fireworks, Injuries, Lawsuits and Free Legal Advice

Posted on behalf of Arnold Law Firm on Jun 26, 2015 in Personal Injury

Fourth of July Droughts and Fire SafetyIndependence Day just is not the same without fireworks. However, not only are drought-related increased fire risks a serious concern, far too many people end up spending their holiday in an emergency room because of an injury that they suffered from fireworks. 

In 2013, over 11,000 people were injured because of fireworks. Eight people also died the same year because of fireworks accidents.

If you are injured in a fireworks accident because of someone else's negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.

Call the offices of Arnold Law Firm today at (916) 777-7777 and speak to a personal injury lawyer in Sacramento to see if you have a case. Our team can guide you through the legal process and help you seek justice.

Fireworks Injuries

Many people suffer mild injuries due to fireworks, but for others, the injuries can be devastating and change their lives forever. Common significant fireworks-related injuries include permanent vision loss, lacerations and severe burns.

It is important to note that most fireworks injuries occur at private residences. People purchase fireworks with the belief that that they are safe to use. However, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission almost 50 percent of all fireworks-related accidents are caused by popular smaller, handheld explosives. To keep your family safe experts encourage parents to keep close watch on their children and their surroundings.

Why Contact A Fireworks Injury Attorney?

Taking the proper precautions is a critical component in preventing a fireworks accident. Many fireworks injuries occur because of negligence. When a person's carelessness causes injury to another, the Arnold Law Firm can help the victim seek justice.

We provide free case evaluations and can help you determine the best course of action for your situation. Our personal injury lawyers strive to help people get compensation for their injuries.

Call (916) 777-7777 or use the Free Case Evaluation today. 

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