Catastrophic Injury

When a person is injured terribly there are implications that affect how their case should proceed to ensure the size of the case recovery will be sufficient to pay for the many special needs they will require for the rest of their lives. Similarly, if a loved one’s life has been taken due to another’s negligence, families are often left with not only the emotional crisis, but a financial crisis as well.

If you or a loved one finds yourself in a tragic situation and believe you may have claims due to another person or corporation’s fault, we respectfully invite you to give us a call to discuss what we may be able to do to help.

Our depth of experience in assisting victims who are have lost a loved one or who may have been burned, paralyzed, rendered quadriplegic, or otherwise seriously injured will prove invaluable in your case. We use financial and medical experts to present to a jury what is called a “life care plan.” This evidence accounts for each and every medical and financial need of a person, the cost of services, and the cost increases over the course of time. A credible life care plan can make the difference between a recovery that actually covers these many expenses and a recovery that only hopes to cover these many expenses.

We have presented cases to juries for decades where our clients have been the victims of tragic injury and we understand how to help jurors understand not only the suffering of the injured, but the effect of the injury on the injured person’s family. It would be our privilege to assist you in your greatest time of need. Please contact us and we can consult with you with absolutely no fee or obligation on your part.


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