The Go-To Guys
━ When is an Injury Catastrophic
When an injury is so severe that the victim can never again reach the level of health and function they had before their accident, their injury is considered catastrophic. These victims are usually left with disabilities that last long after the accident—disabilities that can sometimes even be permanent.
Common examples of catastrophic injuries include:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Burn Injuries
- Severe Broken Bone Injuries
━ Diligent in the Fight
Not every firm is equipped to handle these kinds of injury claims. They require diligence and tenacity to properly navigate and secure maximum recovery for the client. Our award-winning advocates know what pursuing these cases takes and ready to ensure that the gravity of our clients’ injuries is known before the law.