Longview, TX, Fire, Explosion & Severe Burn Injury Litigation Lawyers

fireThe Longview personal injury and wrongful death lawyers at the Cooper Law Firm represent victims who have been injured, burned or killed in some of the most complex and serious cases arising from fires and explosions.

We are here to help in all areas of fire, explosion and burn injury litigation, including residential, commercial and mass transit fires, natural and propane gas explosions, and oil, chemical and electric burns. We combine our experience with a deep commitment, dedication and compassion for our clients, a relentless drive to achieve justice, and the resources necessary to pursue such serious cases.

The cost of a serious burn injury is significant

Burn injuries from causes such as these are expensive. They often require multiple skin grafts and other surgeries. There is a lengthy recovery period during which the risk of infection is great. Victims are often unable to work again for many months or years, if ever. They frequently require intensive psychological counseling as a result of the drastic changes in their appearance and abilities.

We help burn injury victims.

Contact our law firm for a free consultation with an experienced local attorney who can help with your injury claim.

Are you or a family member suffering from fire, explosion or burn injury?

Make an appointment for a free consultation at our office by calling us at 855-297-4878. Cooper Law Firm handles fire, explosion and burn injury cases throughout the East Texas Area, including Tyler, Marshall, Mt. Pleasant, Pittsburg, Jefferson, Paris, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Kilgore, Tatum, White Oak, Longview, Gladewater and White House.

Disclaimer: The personal injury, wrongful death, motorcycle accident injury, dog bite injury, bus injury, truck injury, catastrophic injury, or any other legal information presented at this site should not be considered formal legal advice, nor the formation of a lawyer or attorney client relationship. Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future matter. Please note that you are not considered a client until you have signed a retainer agreement and your case has been accepted by our firm