Catastrophic injuries can happen in a split second, leaving the victim with years of recovery and re-learning how to manage life. The Walker, Hulbert, Gray & Moore attorneys are here to help you through this recovery journey in the legal realm. Discover frequently asked questions about suffering a catastrophic injury:
What constitutes as a catastrophic injury?
A catastrophic injury can be classified as an injury that produces a negative, long-term result. These negative results could range in variety such as blindness, brain injuries, or amputations.
What are examples of a catastrophic injury?
A catastrophic injury can happen in any industry at any moment. We always encourage you to do your best to ensure safety for yourself and others. When extra safety measures are taken, injuries are avoided. The following are examples of catastrophic injuries:
- Birth injuries
- Brain injuries
- Defective products
- Medical malpractice
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Spinal injuries
- Work-related accidents
What should I do after I get hurt?
Please seek medical attention immediately after you are injured. The first few hours and days after your accident can be crucial to your recovery journey. These medical documents will be used in your case when we fight the negligent party for compensation.
After you obtain medical attention, we encourage you to pursue compensation. Attorneys who specialize in catastrophic injuries know exactly how to present your case to a judge and how much compensation is acceptable.
Why do I need a lawyer?
You need to focus on one thing – your recovery journey. A lawyer can handle legal proceedings and your case, as this is what he excels at! Throughout the entire case, you will be kept abreast of the situation and you can rest assured that your lawyer is taking care of the details.
Our team can help you and your family during this uncertain time. If you or your loved one has been severely injured, don’t hesitate to call us: 478-987-1415.