If you have suffered an injury while using a product as it was intended, they product may be determined to be defective and you may file a product liability claim. Companies who fail to warn consumers and properly test their products may be forced to recall the product and compensate any injured party.
A restaurant may be liable for any injury caused by the negligence of management or individual staff that results in a serious injury. Contact our lawyers to review your restaurant burn injury case.
If your employer fails to properly train employees, post warnings, or provide a safe workplace, they may be liable for serious burn injuries that result. Workers Comp may not be adequate to pay for the injury and damages, and a lawsuit may be necessary.
The Lyon Firm litigates cases that involve defective firearms, kitchen appliances, food and beverages, power tools, ATVS, automobiles, electronics, home heaters, and other consumer products.
Every personal injury case is unique and will be evaluated carefully by our attorneys. We have the ability to work with industry experts and lawyers around the country to build the best case possible. Plaintiffs have been compensated for severe injuries, pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages and loss of quality of life.
1. Secure the product packaging;
2. Secure any receipt of purchase;
3. Photograph the packaging and receipt;
4. Photograph the scene before cleaning; If you already cleaned, then photograph the scene post cleaning;
5. Follow all medical advice;
6. Photograph the progression of the burns;
7. Create a spreadsheet to track all expenses related to the injury;
The Lyon Firm has experience representing clients across the country in a variety of burn injury cases, including scalding soup burn injuries, explosion injuries due to cooking spray, as well as work and residential heater flash burn injuries.
(Hamilton County , Ohio):
The Lyon Firm is currently representing a young Indian girl who was injured when a thermos of hot scalding soup was spilled onto her back during a daycare session.
The case involves the negligent preparation and handling of meals for the children where the food was prepared at excessive temperatures for children, and the thermos was left unsecured in a room full of young children.
A trial is set for June, 2021.
(Hillsboro, Ohio): Confidential Settlement.
The Lyon Firm secured a settlement for the family of elderly man who was catastrophically burned while operating a propane wall heater. The burns resulted in his unfortunate death. The heater, manufactured and sourced from China, was alleged to allow the flame to reach outside the grid area in violation of ANSI standards. The Defendant resolved the case following discovery and mediation. The recovered funds were paid to the victim’s surviving spouse and children. The company no longer manufactures this type of heater.