There are two parts to every personal injury case. The first is proving that the defendant caused the plaintiff’s injuries.
The second is proving what those injuries are and how much money will be needed to fully compensate the plaintiff for his medical expenses (both past and future), his lost wages, his physical pain and impairment and the dramatic loss in the quality of his life.
Maximizing a plaintiff’s damages recovery in a catastrophic injury lawsuit requires an understanding of sophisticated medical issues and the resources and knowledge to retain the most qualified experts who can analyze the injuries and the care that the plaintiff will need.
We have been at the forefront of proving personal injury damages for over 40 years.
There are many different types of catastrophic injuries, but some occur more often than others. The case studies below illustrate how we have handled cases involving brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and wrongful death.