Injuries and accidents happen all the time in The United States, and while all injuries need attention, catastrophic injuries need special care due to their severity and the risk to your life. When a person suffers this kind of injury due to someone’s fault, they could make them responsible and receive compensation for their damage.
A Bowie catastrophic injury lawyer from Brown & Barron is here to serve you and help you get the money you deserve.
What Is a Catastrophic Injury?
A catastrophic injury is a legal term that refers to severe damage to the brain, spine, or spinal cord, which causes permanent disability, or severe trauma to the head or neck, with no disability.
Catastrophic injuries happen suddenly and with no warning, leaving the victim with long-term consequences and life-changing impacts. If another person caused your injury, you could be entitled to compensation for your catastrophic injury and the medical bills related to it. Our team’s catastrophic injury attorney in Bowie can help you gather evidence and face those involved, making them responsible for your damages.
Get in touch with a catastrophic injury lawyer serving Bowie, (410) 698-1717 for a free case evaluation.
Catastrophic injuries can occur in sports, car accidents, slips and falls, and workplace accidents. Some of the most common activities where catastrophic injuries happen are:
- Contact and recreational sports: football, soccer, baseball, cheerleading, gymnastics, ice hockey, rugby, skiing, snowboarding, wrestling, horseback riding, etc.
- Vehicle accidents: car accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and motorcycle accidents.
- Workplace accidents: usually in construction sites but not limited to.
- Slips and falls: either in a workplace, a retail store, or someone else’s house.
Any of these injuries could have happened due to the negligent acts of another person or due to the lack of proper equipment. If you suspect you or your loved one suffered from an injury due to negligence, a lawyer from Brown & Barron can help file a legal claim and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Effects of a Catastrophic Injury
Catastrophic injuries can have severe repercussions on your life. Many patients recover only partially and must cope with paralysis or mental deficiency, requiring a lifetime of medical care in some cases.
Some survivors of catastrophic injuries have catastrophic facial injuries, such as fractured facial bones. Additionally, some patients face depression due to their injuries, and even suicide. Catastrophic spinal injuries are associated with fractures and dislocations, intervertebral disc herniation, and quadriplegia.
Work With Our Catastrophic Injury Lawyers in Bowie
If you or your loved one suffered a catastrophic injury, you first have to get treatment for it. Then, hiring a catastrophic personal injury lawyer could prevent your case from being dismissed. At the legal offices of Brown & Barron, a catastrophic injury attorney can help you make the person responsible for your injuries pay for their negligent acts.
We will take care of the conversations with the insurance company, your doctors, the police, and other experts to obtain the necessary information to seek justice for you.
Contact Brown & Barron online today to schedule a free case review with a with a catastrophic injury lawyer serving Bowie.
Potential Compensation for a Catastrophic Injury
A catastrophic personal injury attorney from Brown & Barron can help you recover money by calculating your past, present, and future expenses. Each accident is different, so potential compensation will vary. Some damages you can seek are:
- Medical bills. From prescriptions, hospitalization, therapy (physical or psychological, rehab, and more.
- Pain and suffering. Pain and suffering is what you could experience from physical and emotional stress caused by an injury.
- Loss of income. Due to your injury, you will probably not be able to get back to work. You could receive money for your loss of income and your lack of earning capacity.
You should note that insurance companies may try to pay as little money as possible. Our catastrophic injury attorneys will help you settle for a fair amount to cover all your expenses and damages. You don’t have to settle for less of what you deserve!
What Is the Time Limit To File a Lawsuit?
The time limit you have to file a lawsuit depends on the statute of limitations. In Maryland, the time limit for injury to a person is generally three years.
Although three years can seem like a lot, the sooner you contact us, the faster we can start gathering information, and evidence and establish the damages you could receive compensation for.
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