Some injuries are so severe that our bodies can never fully recover from them. These types of injuries are known as catastrophic injuries. They can lead to expensive medical bills, long-term loss of quality of life, and crippling physical and emotional distress. If this has happened to you or a loved one, an attorney from Brown and Barron may be able to help.
When you or a loved one suffers a preventable catastrophic injury in Dundalk, the road to recovery is not one you must walk alone. Brown and Barron has been fighting for the rights of catastrophic injury victims and their families for almost 40 years. If you let us represent your case, we’ll fight for you too.
Let Brown and Barron help you seek compensation for your catastrophic injuries. We may not be able to make your life exactly the way it was before the injury, but we’ll do all we can to make your life after the injury as good as it can be. We want to help you.
Get in touch with a catastrophic injury lawyer serving Dundalk, (410) 698-1717 for a free case evaluation.
When it comes to catastrophic injuries, people who suffer them are allowed to seek recoverable damages from a negligent party who caused those injuries. The underlying principle behind recoverable damages is that it’s not fair for a catastrophic injury victim or their family to bear the cost of treating and recuperating from a preventable injury.
The types of recoverable damages Brown and Barron can demand on your behalf after a catastrophic injury break down into the following separate categories:
- Economic damages
- Non-economic damages
Examples of economic damages would include the following:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills (both for immediate and long-term treatment of the injury)
- Long-term or permanent loss of wages (if you’re permanently disabled or prevented from working for a lengthy period because of your injury)
What Are Non-Economic Damages?
Non-economic damages are losses that victims suffer in catastrophic injuries that may not have a specific dollar amount but do have value for the victim. Unlike economic damages, non-economic damages don’t have a defined dollar value in the same way wages or medical bills do.Examples of non-economic damages include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Long-term loss of quality of life
- Mental anguish (e.g., Post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression)
- Pain and suffering
How Much Is My Dundalk Catastrophic Injury Case Worth?
The best way to get an idea of how much your catastrophic injury may be worth is to contact one of our attorneys for a consultation. The potential value of your case depends on the total economic and non-economic damages you or your loved one suffered as a result of the catastrophic injury.
No two catastrophic injury cases are completely alike, so it’s so important to sit down and consult with us about your case. This is especially true when it comes to estimating the value of your non-economic damages. Meeting with you personally will allow our attorneys to get a complete understanding of the extent to which the accident has affected your life.
What Kinds of Injuries Qualify as Catastrophic Injuries?
Generally, any injury that causes significant, life-long, or permanent loss of bodily function(s) or quality of life could be considered catastrophic. Examples of catastrophic injuries include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following:
- Paraplegia (loss of use of two limbs)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Brain injuries
- Loss of limbs (amputation)
- Quadriplegia (loss of use of four limbs)
- Severe burns
- Major sports injuries (e.g., compound leg fractures, broken neck)
These injuries are just a few of the potential catastrophic injuries you or a family member can suffer. If you believe your injuries are catastrophic in nature but do not see them listed here, you can still consult with an attorney from our firm for further clarification.
You Can Afford Brown and Barron!
Whenever it comes to hiring attorneys, the cost is one of the biggest concerns. Brown and Barron believe that if you or a loved one is dealing with a catastrophic injury, the fear that you can’t afford legal counsel shouldn’t keep you from having legal counsel.
We handle catastrophic injury cases on what is known as a contingency basis. That means our fee is contingent on our ability to get results for your case. If Brown and Barron do not win the catastrophic injury case or if we fail to collect recoverable damages on your behalf, you will not be billed for our legal services. So, if you can afford zero dollars out of pocket, you can afford Brown and Barron!
Let Our Dundalk Catastrophic Injury Attorney Help You Today
We established Brown and Barron with a mission to provide legal services to people in need. More than anything, we want to be a positive force in our clients’ lives. If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury in Dundalk, we want to provide relief for your hardships.
Contact Brown & Barron online today to schedule a free case review with a with a catastrophic injury lawyer serving Dundalk.
Why You Should Choose Brown and Barron for Your Catastrophic Injury Case
Brown and Barron has a long and distinguished track record of helping catastrophic injury accident victims in their fight for recoverable damages. We founded our firm based on the ideals of providing our clients with the legal services they need and the compassion they deserve. From 2017 to 2021, our firm collected over $80,000,000 in recoverable damages on behalf of our clients.
The lawyers at our firm have more than 130 years of total experience seeking justice for personal injury clients. The managing partner at our firm, Brian Brown, has been practicing law for almost 40 years and has earned a rare “10.0” rating from Avvo for his success in fighting and winning for his clients.
What does this mean for you and your case? When you come to Brown and Barron, you are coming to a law firm that understands the pain and trauma your injury caused. Our law firm prides itself on fighting for our clients.
If you need our help, legal assistance is just a phone call away.
How Can Brown and Barron Help My Catastrophic Injury Case?
First, we will fight your case to the fullest of our ability. By doing this, we give you the time and energy you need to recuperate from or care for your loved one due to a catastrophic injury. Our attorneys and team will handle the legal aspects of your case, so you don’t have to worry about them.
The most important detail we take care of is making a case that your injuries were preventable. Then we will help identify the person (or persons) whose negligence led to those injuries. Once we’ve established those aspects, we can move on to making a demand for recoverable damages on your behalf. In addition, our team will take care of the following aspects of your catastrophic injury case:
- Negotiating directly with the opposing party
- Totaling your recoverable damages
- Deposing and interviewing witnesses in your case
- Gathering evidence
- Representing your case at trial
Hear From Our Clients
"Brown & Barron, LLC has to be one of the best law firms in the state of Maryland, possibly the entire country. The quality of their service is second to none. They go above and beyond to serve their clients and get the job done."Eric B.
"The best professional experience I have ever been a part of. I trusted them the entire way, and they exceeded all expectations."Darius L.
"Brown & Barron provided efficient, straight-up, and straightforward services in my medical malpractice case. They answered all my questions and kept me informed every step of the way."D.D.
"After a two-year process, my case is resolved. I would like to commend and highly recommend Mr. Chris Casciano for his diligence, attention to detail, and support for myself and my family."A.L.
"They definitely get the job done in will go above in beyond for the clients I appreciate all the hard work that they have done over the years."Ashley L.
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