Fires Caused by Space Heaters

Fires Caused by Portable Space Heaters and Other Dangerous Appliances

Space heaters and other appliances, if not properly installed and maintained, can start fires and cause serious burn injuries. If you or someone close to you has been injured in a fire accident caused by a faulty appliance, our New York personal injury attorneys at Eisenberg & Baum are here to stand up for your rights. We have the skill and experience to help you obtain the compensation you need to pay for your medical expenses, wage loss and other hardships.

Our New York City Fire Injury Lawyers Can Help

Faulty wiring, improper installation and defective components can all contribute to fires caused by space heaters and other appliances. Fires can cause burn injuries as well as injuries sustained from inhalation of smoke and other toxic chemicals.

Burn injuries are among the most painful, and may require multiple surgeries, skin grafts, rehabilitation and other expensive medical treatment.

Our New York fire injury lawyers understand the hardships facing burn victims and are prepared to obtain compensation that covers treatment expenses today and in the future, as well as wage loss, pain and suffering, and other hardships.

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