Catastrophic injuries can be life threatening and life altering and they usually require rehabilitative treatment, long term extensive medical care, nursing care and personal assistance for a long time after the accident or incident that caused the injuries. A person who has suffered a catastrophic injury will probably face a loss of employability, loss of quality of life and may have to depend on others for many basic needs. A permanent disability will not only affect the injured victim, but the victim's family as well.
Catastrophic Injuries can include:
Reasons for Catastrophic Injuries
The most common cause of a catastrophic injury is a motor vehicle accident. When another party is at fault in the automobile accident, the injured accident victim can make a personal injury claim for medical treatment, lost wages and pain and suffering. The very first thing that must be done in the case of a catastrophic injury is to seek immediate medical attention. After medical attention is sought, the injured accident victim should consult with an experienced personal injury attorney. The insurance company may want to settle and may try to convince the injured accident victim that they have their best interests at heart, but their best interest is usually their bottom line and to pay out as little as possible.
Catastrophic Injury Attorneys in Sarasota Florida
Recently there have been many serious motor vehicle accidents in Southwest Florida, some resulting in catastrophic injuries. The attorneys at MORGAN ■ DRAMIS, P.A. will help those who have suffered or have experienced the pain of a loved one suffering from a catastrophic injury that was a result of the recklessness or negligence of another driver. We are dedicated to seeking justice and maximum compensation for people who have experienced a tragedy as a result of another person's negligence. If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury due to another person's negligence, please contact the personal injury attorneys at MORGAN ■ DRAMIS, P.A. at (941) 953-4555 to schedule a free consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, so there is no cost to you unless we recover compensation on your behalf.