Water Scalding Injuries
A Water Scalding Injury Attorney Can Make Sure You Obtain Justice
The temperature for hot tap water is established by the International Plumbing Code, known as the IPC Standard, which dictates domestic hot water must not exceed 120° F.
Because a hot water malfunction may occur suddenly in a water heating system, the user may have no reason to suspect they are at risk of injury. Children, who can't be expected to exercise the same degree of judgment as adults, are particularly vulnerable. Youngsters may not be able to recognize telltale signs like steam rising from tap water that indicates scalding temperatures.
Contact a Water Scalding Injury Lawyer with Our Firm
If you or a loved one has suffered a water scalding injury, contact Smith & Hassler. An experienced personal injury attorney will assist you or your loved one. Call (713) 739-1250 for your free personal injury consultation today. We handle cases throughout Texas.
Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don't pay us unless you win.