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A catastrophic injury is a lasting or permanent injury that occurs suddenly without warning and has a tremendous effect on the life of the injured.
Statistics show that at least 50% of all burn injuries are caused by negligent acts committed by someone other than the victim.
Injuries to the neck, back, spinal cord, and brain can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, falls, activities related to sports, and deliberate acts of violence.
Bone fractures are commonly categorized into two types:
Based on the way the bone is affected, bone fractures can be classified as:
Other types of catastrophic injuries are paralysis, organ damage, loss of limb, and nerve damage.
If you have experienced catastrophic injury because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, explore your options with the help of an experienced lawyer. You could be entitled to compensation for the following:
Lost ability to earn a living, including future lost wages
Medical expenses (both current and future)
The value of household services
Physical and mental pain and suffering