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A Brief Guide to Catastrophic Injuries

Here are some things you should know about catastrophic injuries in this quick guide.

A catastrophic injury isn’t typically at the front of someone’s mind, but there is a critical difference between catastrophic injuries and personal injuries when it comes to lawsuits. Here are some things you should know about catastrophic injuries in this quick guide. 

Types Of Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries come in several forms. From a brain or spinal cord injury to broken bones and even severe burns, a catastrophic injury can be defined as life-changing damage. A typical cause of catastrophic injuries is a car accident. No one is truly prepared for a disastrous accident, but the risk is much higher than you think, considering the reckless drivers on the road. A catastrophic car or truck accident can be life-changing and even life-threatening.

What Catastrophic Injuries Mean

If you are unfortunate to receive a catastrophic injury, it would introduce several difficulties to your life. Since a catastrophic injury means permanent or long-term damage, it dramatically alters your life by changing your daily routine and more. Chronic pain, reduced mobility, and paralysis are potential effects, which influence your work life. Through this injury, you reduce your earning potential, on top of having to handle medical expenses.

Dealing with Catastrophic Injuries

A catastrophic injury case is delicate and important, and you should trust a personal injury lawyer to handle every detail. Catastrophic injuries deserve compensation to cover surgeries, physical therapy, and other medical treatments, as well as a loss of income. You could also have grounds for emotional and physical pain damages. Talk to a personal injury lawyer today about what you have a right to fight for.

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