New York Wound Lawyer
Brooklyn Personal Injury Firm for Accident Wounds and Injuries
If you suffered a wound in an accident as a result of someone else’s
negligence, you need to speak with an experienced Brooklyn personal injury
law firm to discuss filing a NY
personal injury lawsuit. A wound is a serious medical condition that requires immediate
attention and continued care to prevent complications. One of the personal
injury attorneys with Belushin Law Firm can help you file a claim for
the wound you suffered.
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A wound is generally classified as an injury to the skin. There are two
major types of wounds: closed wounds and open wounds. A closed wound is
an injury that does not break the skin. Closed wounds include contusions,
bruises, burns, and friction burns. An open wound is a wound that breaks
or punctures the skin. Open wounds include cuts, scrapes, lacerations,
puncture wounds, or abrasions. Both closed and open wounds can vary greatly
in their severity, and can be located on any part of the body.
Both closed and open wounds can be caused by many different types of accidents.
Car accidents often cause contusions and lacerations where the body strikes
a part of a vehicle or other object, such as seatbelts or airbags.
Slip and fall accidents also tend to cause wounds such as lacerations, abrasions, and contusions
to the parts of the body that strike the pavement or other walking surface.
Wounds can be caused by many different types of work accidents, such as
construction machinery accidents, food service accidents, and many other
types of work incidents. If you suffered a wound
in a car accident, slip and fall, or work accident, you need to speak with a New York wound
lawyer about your legal rights.
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Wounds differ greatly in their severity and location, so the treatment
for a wound is specific to the cut itself. In general, the first step
of treating a wound, especially an open wound, is to clean the area. Any
particles that are lodged in the wound can cause serious infection of
the area. A serious wound needs immediate medical attention to clean the
wound, and then close the wound. If a wound is not closed immediately
after the accident, the victim could suffer serious blood loss from the
A closure is most often in the form of stitches, after which the wound
is dressed and allowed to heal. There are serious complications to both
open and closed wounds, including infection, blood loss, and scarring.
If you suffered a wound that caused a scar on your body, you may be able
to receive compensation for your pain, suffering, and the resulting scar.
A New York accident attorney can help you get a settlement for your scar.
Don't let an injury caused by negligence destroy your finances. Belushin
Law Firm is ready to help.
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