In all types of personal injury accidents, there is the potential for what are known as catastrophic injuries. These injuries are considered life changing, and may lead to coma, vegetative states, or even death. Catastrophic injury cases are quite serious, requiring the representation of an experienced personal injury lawyer. If you or a loved one has been the victim of an accident that has resulted in personal injury, contact us for a free review of your case. Here at Kim Injury Law, P.C., we are dedicated to helping our clients get the compensation they need no matter how serious their injuries are.
Catastrophic Injury Lawsuits
There are many different catastrophic injuries, most of which require long-term healthcare and change the way you live and work. An injury is classified as catastrophic based on the severity of the damage and the debilitation you experience. Common catastrophic injuries include:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
These are not the only types of injuries that may be deemed catastrophic in a court of law. In fact, any injury may be considered catastrophic if it causes enough significant damage to be life altering. This may also include severe burns and organ damage, for example.
Catastrophic injury lawsuits should be filed as soon as possible following an accident. The costs associated with these types of accidents can pile up quickly, due to medical bills, medications, rehabilitation, physical therapy, loss of income, and other associated costs. In addition, most catastrophic injury victims are able to receive compensation for:
- Loss of Enjoyment of Life
- Physical Pain
- Emotional Anguish
- Mental Suffering
- Permanent Disability
- Lost Future Wages
The sooner you contact us, the sooner our experienced personal injury lawyer can begin building your case. She handles every case personally, ensuring that you get the absolute best representation in the Atlanta area to defend your rights. We work with our clients as a team, fighting to get you the maximum settlement or judgment to cover the costs of your catastrophic injury. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.