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Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic Injury Lawyers

Catastrophic injuries are life changing; those injuries that redefine the victim’s life and see them living in a very different manner than the way they had lived prior to their accident. Such injuries – including spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries – have a ripple effect throughout the victim’s life. Not only are they left to manage the trauma of their own injuries, but their family unit is often greatly altered as family members are called into help with recuperation or to manage financial burdens. The fact is that, at least in the short term and sometimes permanently, those with catastrophic injuries can no longer work and the financial pressures – in addition to the physical and emotional trauma – can be more than a family can bear.

To add insult to injury, so many catastrophic injuries could have been avoided and were the result of another party’s negligence. If this is the case, you are entitled to fair legal compensation to help you manage your injuries and the significant financial output that is required for everything from hospital stays and rehabilitation to loss of wages and prescriptions for medicine.

At SeifertMiller we work with our clients to pursue compensation for damages – helping to at least take the financial burden off of them and their families during this already difficult time.  Whether your catastrophic injuries were the result of a motor vehicle accident, violent crime, or slip and fall accident, you deserve to be compensated and allowed to recuperate without the added pressure of financial obligation.

If you or a loved one is facing catastrophic injuries, don’t delay – call SeifertMiller, an AV-rated personal injury law firm, and let us give you an honest evaluation of your case.

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