Catastrophic injuries affect the victim and their loved ones

Catastrophic injuries, including spinal cord injuries, severe burns, amputations and traumatic brain injuries, can be devastating for the person who is stricken with the injury. The effects of the injury can also have a profound impact on the family members that are close to the victim. For some victims, the sole reason for seeking compensation is to try to make life easier for their loved ones.

We know how big of an impact compensation can have on a victim and his or her loved ones. That compensation can go toward paying off medical bills, living expenses and other expenses that occur. Without that compensation, the victim and his or her loved ones might be left struggling to make ends meet. Paying for housing, utilities, medical devices and the care needed after the accident can be very challenging when the money is limited. In some cases, choices have to be made about what will be paid and what the family will have to do without.

Catastrophic injuries can prevent a person from working. When that person was the source of the family’s income prior to the accident, overcoming that loss of income can be challenging. That loss of income comes at a time when there is an increase in expenses. The stress that is often the result can put a strain on even the best relationship.

We will fight to get you the compensation that you deserve. We know that you don’t want to have to live with financial hardships for the rest of your life because you were an innocent victim in an accident.