Have You Suffered Catastrophic Injuries?

You Could Recover Damages If A Personal Injury Affects Your Daily Life.

Catastrophic Injury Lawyer in Texas

What is a Catastrophic Injury?

If you’ve suffered a catastrophic injury, you could be entitled to financial compensation to help pay your medical bills and to make up for your lost wages. Your best option may be to work with a catastrophic injury lawyer in Texas who understands what you’re going through… and who’s willing to fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve.

A catastrophic injury is a personal injury that affects your day-to-day life. Catastrophic injuries can include:

Blindness

Birth Injuries

Brain Damage

Crushing Injuries

Disfigurement

Nerve Damage

Loss Of A Limb

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Paralysis

Serious Burns

Permanent Scarring 

Spinal Cord Injuries

Any injury that limits your motion or your ability to perform everyday tasks may be considered a catastrophic injury.

Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries

While a catastrophic injury can happen anywhere at any time, many are caused by specific types of accidents. Some of the most common causes of catastrophic injuries include:

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Could You Be Entitled to Financial Compensation?

If your catastrophic injury was caused by another person’s negligence, carelessness or bad intentions, you could be entitled to financial compensation. 

Many people are eligible for compensatory damages, which courts order to help victims:

  • Pay medical bills
  • Cover future medical expenses
  • Make up for lost wages (in the past and in the future)
  • Compensate you for pain and suffering

When you hit your head, or when something else hits your head, you can suffer from a variety of brain injuries, including concussions.

There are other types of brain injuries, too. Many people suffer from what doctors call acquired brain injuries, which involve sources other than direct trauma. 

Being deprived of oxygen or exposed to toxic substances can result in acquired brain injuries.

You could also be eligible for punitive damages. Punitive damages are designed to make bad actors pay for what they’ve done – and courts sometimes use them to make an example of someone.

How to Prove in Court That You’re Entitled to Compensation

As with any personal injury lawsuit, a catastrophic injury lawsuit requires your attorney to prove that you were injured because of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, or because someone did something that resulted in your injury.

Your attorney may talk to witnesses who saw the incident happen, comb through police reports, read through your hospital records, and gather other forms of evidence to support your case.

Many catastrophic injury lawsuits settled out of court. That means both parties agree to a certain sum of money through negotiation, and the case never goes before a judge. However, in some cases, the responsible party tries to “lowball” the victim by offering a sum that’s far less than what he or she would receive from a jury trial. 

Sometimes responsible parties do this in hopes that the victim will give up – but working with a catastrophic injury lawyer can help ensure that you get the compensation you deserve, not just what the responsible party feels is enough.

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Talk to a Catastrophic Injury Lawyer in Texas Now

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If you’ve suffered a catastrophic injury due to a car accident, truck accident, medical malpractice or any other reason, we may be able to help you.

Call us right now at 833-214-HURT. We’ll talk to you about what caused your injury, who is responsible, and what might happen if your case goes to court. 

While we can’t predict how to judge will rule for what types of settlement offers you’ll receive from the responsible party, we can provide you with case-specific legal advice and fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve.