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PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY IN SURPRISE, AZ
Personal injury accidents are never easy to handle or resolve. Hardly anyone is willing to admit liability and offer full coverage. However, things can get even more complicated and serious in the event of a catastrophic injury. These injuries are determined by their level of severity and the possibility of permanent damage. When an injury is very severe or causes permanent damage such as paralysis or scarring, it is considered to be a catastrophic injury. Treatment for such injuries usually costs significantly more, which could cause an injured person to be financially ruined without representation from a lawyer.
EXAMPLES OF CATASTROPHIC INJURIES
Examples of catastrophic injuries include broken bones, which prevent the injured person from using the affected part of the body for a time, or even permanently. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) such as concussions are also catastrophic because they can cause permanent brain damage or a coma if severe enough. Some accidents involving fire, gases, electricity, or hot surfaces can result in severe burn injuries, which can result in scarring and permanent tissue damage and/or loss of feeling.
Other accidents can cause damage to the neck and back, causing in spinal cord injuries. Such injuries can cause numbness and loss of motor function below the area of injury, either temporarily or permanently. All of these kinds of injuries cause lasting damage, so make sure to learn what you could do to get compensation by consulting with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney immediately.
GETTING THE LEGAL ASSISTANCE YOU DESERVE
If you have suffered a catastrophic injury because of another person, call Gerber Injury Law today. A Surprise personal injury attorney from our firm will have the extensive experience necessary to provide you with the best possible chance of winning maximum compensation. We have more than 20 years of experience in personal injury law and are fully capable of taking your case to court should it be necessary. No one should pay for injuries caused by an accident that was not their fault. Contact our office today to find out more about what we can do on your behalf.