Did You Suffer a Serious Burn Injury in New Jersey?

Contact the NJ burn injury lawyers of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow LLP today

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Did You Suffer a Serious Burn Injury in New Jersey?

Contact the NJ burn injury lawyers of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow LLP today

Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP handles complex burn injury claims throughout New Jersey. Shareholders Barry Eichen, William Crutchlow and Daryl Zaslow are all Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Civil Trial Attorneys. The firm handles burn injury claims stemming from:

  • House fires
  • Car fires
  • Truck fires
  • Worksite fires
  • Explosions
  • Defective fire extinguishers
  • Defective fire alarms
  • Defective candles
  • Defective fireplace grates
  • Defective children’s clothing
  • Defective children’s bedding
  • Radiation burns
  • Chemical burns
  • Electrical burns
  • Scalding burns
  • Medical malpractice

If you sustained a serious burn injury at home, at work, or another property because of the negligence of an owner, manager, site supervisor, or other person, you could be entitled to compensation for your losses. If you or a loved one suffered a life-threatening burn injury in New Jersey, we are your advocates.

How do I find a burn injury lawyer near me?

Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP is a full-service trial law firm offering personal attention and aggressive advocacy in all cases. Their lawyers have recovered over 750 million dollars in settlements and jury verdicts, from various defendants, for the benefit of their clients over the last thirty years. If you sustained a serious or life-threatening burn injury in New Jersey, please fill out the contact form above or call 732-777-0100 to schedule your free consultation.

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