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Signs Your Child is Physically and Mentally Ready for Burn Camp

Posted in Uncategorized on September 25, 2017

Childhood burn injuries can occur from household items, open flames, defective children’s toys, and car accidents. According to the World Health Organization, about 180,000 people around the globe die from burn-related injuries every year. Children are especially at risk of burns, with the majority of incidents occurring in the home. If your child sustained a […]

FAQs Kids Ask About Burn Injuries/Burn Victims

Posted in Uncategorized on September 18, 2017

Burns can wreak havoc on victims physically, mentally, and emotionally. Burn victims often have permanent scars or disfigurements, such as amputations. When children encounter burn victims, they may ask rude or awkward questions that place the burn victim in an uncomfortable position. Teaching your child the answers to these questions before they encounter burn victims […]

How to Protect Your Home from Wildfires During Summer Heat Waves

Posted in Uncategorized on July 24, 2017

Summer is in full swing in California – and temperatures are high. There have already been 2,905 fires and 68,129 acres burned in 2017 as of July 9th – more than twice the number of acres burned in the same time period last year (30,574 acres). Preventing wildfires is a community effort throughout California, with […]

Burn Injuries and Receiving Social Security Disability

Posted in blog on July 17, 2017

Burn victims almost always suffer permanent scarring and disfigurement from their injuries. Burns tear through the soft tissues, sometimes deep enough to affect the tendons and muscles. While minor burns won’t leave permanent damage, severe burns can lead to surgeries, amputations, skin grafts, infections, months of physical therapy, and lifelong disability. If you suffered third- […]

Settlement Awards for Burn Victims

Posted in Uncategorized on June 23, 2017

Settlement awards can vary greatly depending on the severity of the injury, long-term or permanent effects of the injury, the victim’s pain and suffering, other economic losses, and the intentions of the defendant. Burn injuries are particularly devastating injuries because of the risk of permanent damage such as scarring, disfigurement, loss of mobility and function, […]

June is National Firework Safety Month

Posted in Uncategorized on June 21, 2017

June is National Firework Safety Month, an awareness campaign sponsored by Prevent Blindness America that is observed from June 1 through July 4. Americans across the country typically celebrate the Fourth of July by enjoying fireworks displays at sundown. While fireworks are an American tradition, and many families enjoy these festive celebrations of our nation’s […]

Innovative Burn Treatments Give Patients New Hope

Posted in blog on April 24, 2017

Burn injuries are not only extremely painful and often life-threatening, they can also result in permanent damage. Recovering from burn injuries often means facing nerve damage, motor function impairment, skin loss, and severe scarring. Thanks to advances in medical science and technology, several new treatments aim to restore hope to burn victims by reviving skin […]

San Diego Fire FAQs

Posted in blog on March 11, 2017

Fire safety could save your life. If you’re in the city of San Diego, take some time to get to know the local procedures for fire response and support services. We have 52 fire stations, including the airport station. Can you locate the one nearest you? To promote fire safety awareness, we’ve compiled some of […]

Tips for Settling a Burn Injury Claim

Posted in blog on March 8, 2017

Serious burn injuries may require long periods of recovery. At the time of injury, a burn victim may not know the extent of injury or the true cost of rehabilitation. In these cases, an early settlement may not result in the full and fair compensation a victim needs. Before you agree to a potentially low […]

Fire Safety Lessons From the Marijuana Business in Colorado

Posted in blog on March 7, 2017

As Colorado’s legal marijuana industry ramps up, many other states look to Colorado to set an example for their own future regulations and laws. Legalized industries face the scrutiny of state, local, and federal officials regarding safety and ethics. In light of the industry changes, the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) created a task force […]

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