Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries is an umbrella term that includes a broad range of serious injuries. Things that fall under the heading of "catastrophic injuries" include:

  • Serious burns;
  • Spinal cord injury;
  • Traumatic brain injury;
  • Paraplegia;
  • Quadroplegia;
  • Amputations.

The primary thing that all catastrophic injuries have in common is that they cause long-term, lasting medical problems and make a significant impact in the quality of life. Catastrophic injuries often result in long-term disabilities, and even if recovery is possible, it's typically over the course of years - not days or weeks.

Catastrophic injuries occur in many ways. Car accidents can cause catastrophic injuries - particularly semi/trucking accidents, which tend to cause more severe medical problems than other vehicular accidents. Catastrophic injuries can occur at work, or even walking down a sidewalk on a beautiful weekend day. There's no rhyme or reason as to where and why catastrophic accidents occur.

If you've had a catastrophic injury as a result of someone else's negligence, consult an experienced catastrophic injury attorney. Don't let a negligent doctor continue to practice medicine without facing the consequences of his negligence. Don't let a careless workplace harm another employee or a careless driver get away with hurting you or your lover one. Call us today for your free consultation.

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