Catastrophic Injuries Attorneys

After sustaining a catastrophic injury, a victim is often left facing life-altering debilitations and effects. Unlike most other types of injuries, catastrophic injuries typically require a much longer time to heal, if a victim is ever fully able to fully recover. Furthermore, the medical expenses associated with catastrophic injuries can be so severe that injury victims cannot afford all the necessary treatment, leaving them facing financial burdens that are often only exacerbated by an inability to work as they did prior to the catastrophic injury.

Additionally, catastrophic injuries are often the result of another person’s reckless actions, rather than the actions or decisions of the victim themselves. Sadly, this can place additional burdens and emotional trauma on a victim in , something which our lawyers at The Law Firm understand all too well. Fortunately, personal injury laws allow victims of such accidents and injuries to seek recompense from the person who unduly endangered their wellbeing.

Most Prevalent Types of Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries can occur in a wide variety of circumstances, ranging from motorcycle accidents to explosions to construction site accidents. Sadly, innocent people suffer from a variety of such injuries annually, including:

  • Head and Brain Injuries
  • Burn/Electrocution Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Birth Injuries
  • Accidental Amputations
  • Eye Injuries
  • Toxic Substances Exposure
  • Wrongful Death

These and other types of catastrophic injuries not only often cause physical suffering for the victim, but also emotional trauma and financial burdens for both the victim and their family.

Speak with our Catastrophic Injuries Lawyers

At our Law Firm, we believe that it is inexcusable to cause another person to suffer catastrophic injuries through a person’s reckless actions. As such, our attorneys do their utmost to defend the victims of catastrophic injuries and protect their rights when another person is at fault. Call us today at to learn more about your legal rights and options in this difficult situation.

Catastrophic Injury Attorney

The unthinkable can happen. If it does, you should be prepared to seek reparations in the event that a loved one suffers a catastrophic injury in an accident or through the wrongful acts of another person or business. If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury due to the negligence of another party, you may be able to seek compensation for your damages in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.

Examples of Catastrophic Injuries

There are numerous factors that can lead to catastrophic injuries. A catastrophic injury can occur due to something as immediate as a car accident, or can result from the long time exposure to a toxic substance. The main connection between all viable catastrophic injury cases is that there is a person, persons or organization involved that could be proven negligent.

Here are some examples of circumstances that qualify as catastrophic injuries:

  • Head or brain injury resulting in disability, coma or persistent vegetative state (PVS)
  • Scarring, nerve damage and disability caused by major burns and electrocution accidents
  • Spinal cord injury resulting in complete or partial paralysis, quadriplegia, paraplegia, neuralgia and chronic pain
  • Birth injuries resulting in cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy or damage to the brain
  • Accidental amputation
  • Eye injuries resulting in decreased vision or blindness
  • Serious injuries and disability caused by exposure to toxic substances
  • Wrongful death claims in fatal accidents

If you or a loved one were involved in a catastrophic injury, contact the West Law Firm. We will fight hard to get you or your loved one the care they deserve and just compensation for their injuries. We have an office in West Palm Beach to better serve your local needs. Call for a free consult with a catastrophic injury attorney today. There is no cost or obligation, call today.

What will it cost to hire our catastrophic injury attorneys?

Once we decide to take you on as a client, we get paid only if we win your case. We charge no upfront fees or costs, and advance all costs to prosecute the case. We only get paid when you get paid.

Contact us today for a free consultation.

Catastrophic Injuries Lawyer

A serious injury is one that disrupts someone’s life and may take a long time to heal. A broken bone, a burn injury or a back or neck injury may result in large medical bills, a long time off work and a need for expensive treatments such as surgery or long-term physical and occupational therapy.

The physical and financial challenges of a serious injury can be tremendous for the injured person and his or her family, but many people who have experienced serious injuries have ultimately recovered.

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A catastrophic injury, on the other hand, permanently alters a lifestyle. A person with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord injury is unlikely to be able to work again as before. He or she will no doubt lose the ability to enjoy life as before. Former favorite activities may become out of the question. The injured person and his or her immediate family will have to cope with a life of disability.

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Many people forge ahead valiantly after suffering a catastrophic injury and cope very admirably. They refuse to let the catastrophic injury define who they are. Lucky catastrophic accident victims often experience remarkably renewed and strengthened loving relationships with partners, spouses and other immediate family and close friends. A spinal cord injury victim who goes on to compete in the Special Olympics or retrains for a new occupation is often a source of inspiration to many.

Nonetheless, a person with a catastrophic injury needs a great deal of money, both short term and long term, to cover expenses and losses including the following:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wage replacement
  • Durable medical equipment, such as wheel chairs
  • A modified vehicle and/or home remodeling or funds for moving to a new home

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To talk with attorney about your car accident, slip-and-fall accident or civil litigation matter, schedule a free initial consultation at our South Florida law office. Contact the Law Office by calling or by completing our online form.