Justice For PA and NJ Burn Injury Victims


Justice For PA and NJ Burn Injury Victims

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. Get in touch with one of our attorneys today.

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Two Leading Law Firms Joining Forces to Fight for You

Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky is proud to partner with Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP. The firms’ combined strength and experience is put behind every burn injury case to obtain the best possible results for clients.

Painful burn injuries are complex, costly to treat, and typically require long-term, even lifetime therapy and care. Our attorneys can help you get all the compensation to which you may be entitled—including payments for pain and suffering, emotional trauma, medical costs, lost income, and future earnings.

What kinds of burn injury claims do you handle?


Worksite fires


Chemical burns


Electrical burns




Car fires


Truck fires


House fires


Defective fire extinguishers


Defective fire alarms


Defective candles


Defective fireplace grates


Defective children’s clothing


Defective children’s bedding


Radiation burns


Scalding burns


Medical malpractice

If you or a loved one suffered a life-threatening burn injury in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, we are your advocates. Please contact us for a free case evaluation.

Experienced Burn Injury Attorneys in NJ & PA

Our highly experienced lawyers work hard to preserve any remaining evidence, and leverage their deep knowledge of federal OSHA regulations and state and local fire safety codes, to review all relevant documents such as safety data sheets and inspection reports. With the help of independent experts, we analyze the chemicals or combustible materials involved and conduct experiments to recreate what triggered the fire or explosion.


Proven Results for Burn Injury Victims


$160 million settlement from U-Haul Co. of Pennsylvania for burn injury victims who were horrifically scarred and disfigured when a food truck’s propane tank ruptured and exploded.


$48 million settlement in connection with a factory explosion.


$165 million settlement for a man who suffered burns over 63 percent of his body in an industrial accident at a zinc plant.


$13.9 million settlement for an industrial software technician who suffered serious burns in a plasma explosion when a high-voltage circuit breaker at an asphalt plant shorted out.


$10.34 million settlement for a Lehigh County electrician who suffered second-and third-degree burns during an electrical explosion at Lucent Technologies’ Allentown plant.


$5 million settlement for four family members of a retired New Jersey firefighter who was fatally burned in a propane explosion in Ocean View, N.J.


$4 million settlement from PECO Energy et. al. for worker who was severely burned when his construction crew drilled into an underground power line in West Philadelphia.


$3.45 million settlement for a 47-year-old former electrician who shocked by an overhead high-tension wire at a construction site in Harrison, N.J., leaving him with second- and third-degree burns on 40% of his body.


$1.4 million settlement for a client who suffered thermal burns to the feet and ankles due to the use of excessively hot water in a pedicure spa chair.

How Do I Know If I Have a Case?

If you have been injured or a family member has been injured or killed as a result of a serious burn injury, the best way to find out if you have a case is to speak with an experienced attorney. Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP and Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky have successfully handled some of the nation’s most significant burn injury cases and is committed to obtaining all the results you deserve.

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