How does a catastrophic injury differ?
A catastrophic injury, on the other hand, dramatically and radically changes a person’s life permanently. With a spinal cord injury come paralysis and disability requiring accommodations and personal care assistance. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) may leave a person unable to speak, may damage body functions and typically leaves a person unable to work full time. An amputation or severe disfigurement will change a person’s life dramatically.
At Bailey, Javins & Carter, L.C., we represent people who have suffered serious, severe and catastrophic injuries such as:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Back and neck injuries
- Burn injuries caused by fires or explosions
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of sight
- Loss of hearing due to explosions or other accidents
We admire our clients’ bravery and determination in the face of serious challenges and handicaps. Their courage motivates us to work even harder as we pursue compensation for them. Whether the cause of an accident was Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA or Mine Safety and Health Association (MCHA) violations of safety regulations or a motorist’s texting while driving or drunk driving, we are prepared to advocate zealously on your behalf. Our goal is to help you obtain compensation that you need to cope with your injuries and losses.
We work on a contingency basis. We don’t get paid unless you do.
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