Every year, thousands of people look forward to seeing fireworks. Unfortunately, for many Savannah families, holiday celebrations have led to injuries as a result of sparks flying.

Numerous types of injuries can result from a fireworks display gone wrong. Burns are the most common, followed by blindness. It is also common for people to suffer bruises, cuts, bumps and even permanent scarring because of fireworks.

If you or someone you love has experienced any type of injury as a result of fireworks and are unsure about your next steps, call The Eichholz Law Firm at (866) 947-7449 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal options.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) one in four children who suffered firework-related injuries were bystanders in backyard fireworks displays. An adult should monitor all children when fireworks are going off, and should never give children any fireworks to play with. Fireworks are not a toy.

Many people think that sparklers are a safe type of firework. However, they are one of the leading causes of fireworks-related injuries. A favorite among parents and young children, sparklers can get up to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit, which can easily cause clothing to catch on fire.

Keep in mind that fireworks also cause more fires during the Fourth of July and New Years Eve than any other time of the year. It is estimated that fires from fireworks on the Fourth of July cause approximately $25 million worth of damage each year.

Fireworks-related injuries can be prevented by taking the proper safety precautions. For example, it is a good idea to avoid buying fireworks to use at home. The best way to enjoy fireworks is at a public display that is put on by trained professionals. Always wear safety glasses when lighting home fireworks, and always light outside. Keep a bucket of water or hose near by incase of a sudden fire.

Suffered A Firework Injury? Get a Free Case Evaluation

At the law offices of The Eichholz Law Firm, we are dedicated to the pursuit of justice for our clients.

If you or a loved one has been injured because of fireworks, contact a fireworks injury attorney for a free case evaluation. Our team of legal professionals can help you determine who is at fault for the injury.

Our personal injury lawyers are experienced and are committed to helping the injured.

Call (866) 947-7449 or complete a Free Case Evaluation form.