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Milwaukee Burn Injury Lawyers with Proven Results

Milwaukee burn injury lawyersCar fires in Wisconsin and other states are one of the most common causes of burn injuries.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that there were 189,500 highway vehicle fires, resulting in 550 deaths and 2000 injuries in 2019.

In a study of the U.S. highway vehicle fire problem entitled U.S. Vehicle Fire Trends and Patterns, NFPA found that, during a four year period:

  • Fire departments responded to an average of 287,000 vehicle fires per year
  • 31 vehicle fires per hour, on average, were reported
  • 92% of deaths resulting from vehicle fires involved highway type vehicles (cars, trucks, motorcycles, buses, and recreational vehicles)
  • Someone died every day in a highway vehicle fire
  • 17% of fires and 12% of fire deaths involved vehicle fires
  • An average of 441 civilian deaths and 1,326 injuries per year resulted from highway vehicle fires


The personal injury attorneys team at Gruber Law Offices, LLC in Milwaukee, WisconsinAt Gruber Law Offices, LLC, we help people who have suffered burn injuries in traffic accidents. An experienced Milwaukee burn injury lawyer with our firm can explain your legal options, protect your rights, and aggressively pursue the compensation you deserve.

There are no costs for our services unless we win your case.

Causes of Car Accident Burn Injuries

In its study of vehicle fire patterns and trends, NFPA isolated the following causes of automobile fires and deaths:

  • Collision or overturned vehicle: 3% of fires, 58% of deaths
  • Mechanical malfunction or failure: 49% of fires, 11% of deaths
  • Electrical malfunction or failure: 23% of fires, 0% of deaths
  • Intentional: 8% of fires, 8% of deaths
  • Exposure to other fires: 5% of fires, 3% of deaths


burn-injuries1Automobiles contain flammable materials including gasoline and oil. When a leak occurs from a ruptured fuel line a fire can ignite quickly. Short circuited electrical devices, hot exhaust systems, and air bag detonators can ignite flammable materials, causing deadly vehicle fires and injuries to vehicle occupants.

insurance8Burn injuries can cause blistering, swelling, scarring, and in the most serious cases, shock and death. Serious burns can require skin grafting and cause permanent disfigurement.

Thanks to modern medicine there is a high survival rate for burn victims. As reported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), there is still a high survival rate when victims suffer burns covering more than half of their bodies, though frequently with permanent impairment and scars. The medical bills for burn victims can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Legal Help for Car Accident Burn Victims

insurance9If you have suffered serious burn injuries in an accident, your best course of action is to consult with a knowledgeable Milwaukee burn injury lawyer.

rear-end-collision6At Gruber Law Offices, LLC, our goal is to take stress off your shoulders, protect your rights, and aggressively pursue the compensation you deserve.

If someone else was at fault for the accident that caused your burn injuries, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses.

Contact a Qualified Milwaukee Burn Injury Lawyer

Our firm has 16 attorneys, 80 support staff, and the knowledge and experience to fight even the most powerful insurance companies. Our attorneys have numerous prestigious awards, affiliations and memberships.  These designations include the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, where membership is limited only to lawyers who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts, awards, and settlements. In addition, our lawyers are honored in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in America- 40 under 40, Wisconsin Super Lawyers, Wisconsin Leaders in the Law, as well as many others. We help burn victims in Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin, including Kenosha, Madison, Racine, and Waukesha.

Whether our lawyers are skillfully negotiating on your behalf or fighting for your rights in court, you can have confidence that your case is in good hands with our firm. Contact us to schedule a consultation. We are happy to meet with you in our offices, at the hospital, or in your home.