While there are almost always treatment options available for victims of catastrophic injury, they and their loved ones must adjust to a new reality following their accident. Ongoing medical care is not uncommon for these victims, nor is the sudden reliance on caregivers to maintain a suitable quality of life.
Common types of catastrophic injuries include:
These cases require special attention and stamina that not all catastrophic injury lawyers are capable of. At our firm, we know what it takes to establish negligence in these cases, identify Maximum Medical Improvement, and file a suit that truly speaks the needs of the victims. And, most important of all, we’ve built our reputation on securing relief for our clients.
Catastrophic injuries often result in diminished earning potential, significant time out of work, and long-term healthcare costs that can bankrupt individuals and their families. The overall cost to families rises to even greater heights if the injured person served as the family’s primary provider until the point of injury. Even if a single person with no dependents suffers a catastrophic injury, the resulting financial encumbrances become staggeringly large in short order.
If you have suffered a catastrophic injury, this means you will likely need to sue for a much more substantial amount of money in order to make up for the total, long-term cost of the physical damage done. In order to win the large amount you need, you will have to hire an experienced attorney to take your case.