We are dedicated to the pursuit of justice for those who have been wrongfully injured at no fault of their own. Whether you have been injured by a reckless driver, defective product or a doctor’s misdiagnosis, Gordon & Partners is committed to fighting for the MAXIMUM amount of compensation you deserve.
In 2015, burn injuries were the fifth leading cause of unintentional death and injury in the U.S. Although nearly 97 percent of victims treated in burn centers survive, many are left with permanent scarring or a life-long disability, according to the American Burn Association (ABA).For this reason, it is imperative that you are familiar with […] Read More
A serious burn from an auto accident can often have long-term effects that may last a lifetime. Aside from the physical pain of the injury, many victims often experience psychological trauma along with mounting medical expenses and in many cases, lost wages and the ability to perform regular working duties.With this in mind, it’s important […] Read More
Fire trucks throughout the United States operate in emergency service, contributing to the likelihood of a motor vehicle accident, especially in heavy traffic. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that over 2,000 fire Truck accidents occur throughout the country each and every year. On average, more than 1,000 injuries are associated with these […] Read More
Electrical burns are often caused when an arc of electrical current travels either through the air or via a tool and then enters a person’s body. This arc is often the result of an exposed wire, cord, outlet or appliance being touched, which allows the transmission of electrical energy to travel from the power source […] Read More
In a report that was just released by the American Burn Association, it was stated that every year in the United States there are over 450,000 reported burn cases that require medical treatment, and of those victims, over 3,500 end up dying from their injuries. Out of these deaths, over 75% of the fatalities occurred […] Read More
In a report recently released by the Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, it was noted that hot liquids are the leading cause of scalding injuries in children under four years old.According to another study by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, there are approximately 5,000 people treated in emergency rooms each year in the United States due […] Read More