Cincinnati, OH – Child Suffers from Severe Burns in Fire on Queen City AveOhio & Indiana Legal News
Cincinnati, OH (January 8, 2021) – A child was severely burned after being involved in a fire in the South Fairmount area on Tuesday, January 5.
Emergency response units and firefighters were called to the site of the blaze at around 5:30 p.m. that evening. The fire reportedly took place at a residence at the 2000 block of Queen City Avenue. Officials found a child with severe burns when they arrived at the scene.
The injured party was transported to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center for the treatment of severe burns. The cause of the fire has not been disclosed at this time. No further information on the incident is currently available.
An ongoing investigation into the cause of the fire is currently underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for a full recovery.
Cincinnati House Fires
Residential structure fires can leave victims suffering from serious injuries. Each year, an estimated 2,620 civilians are killed in house fires across the United States. These fires contribute to nearly 11,030 civilian injuries on average. Fire departments across the country respond to nearly 353,100 residential structure fires each year. Someone is killed in a fire every two hours and 23 minutes on average.
In most cases, the negligence of one or more parties is responsible for serious house fires across the state of Ohio, and these incidents can leave victims with severe or life-threatening injuries. What you do in the moments immediately following a fire can greatly impact any potential Ohio personal injury claim, determining your ability to obtain a reasonable settlement. Injured parties should contact a Cincinnati personal injury attorney for efficient, knowledgeable, and compassionate legal representation.
The team of lawyers at the Green Law Firm strives to help the families of victims who were harmed in structure fires throughout Ohio to ensure their rights are protected after being unfairly injured. Our legal team is dedicated to fighting for victims to ensure they have the compensation they deserve to cover the medical treatment they need to make a full recovery. If you have been unfairly injured in a Cincinnati house fire, contact us today at (513)769-0840 to see how we can help.
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