All harmful accidents that are caused by negligence should be considered seriously, but some cases require especially urgent and thorough consideration. In instances where an accident victim is hurt so severely that they are left with permanent effects and an altered quality of life, their injuries are considered "catastrophic." While many of these victims are still able to go on and live comfortable and fulfilling lives, often ongoing care and treatment is a reality for them and their loved ones.
Not every law firm has the resources and experience to properly mount and see through a catastrophic injury claim. These kinds of suits require vigilant counsel that is able to work closely with medical professionals and properly convey both in and outside the courtroom the gravity of their client's injury. At Pierce, Herns, Sloan & Wilson, LLC, our award-winning Charleston injury attorneys have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injury victims and their families. We are well-versed in handling the most serious of injury cases and ensuring that our client receives the legal consideration they deserve.
Want to learn more about how our team can pursue relief on your behalf? Call us at (843) 968-0886 today.
Nearly any type of injury can be considered catastrophic if the trauma is great enough to cause lasting effects. These kinds of injuries are common in traffic accidents and in certain industries where workers are regularly exposed to heavy machinery.
When these kinds of serious injuries are the result of another party's negligence, then legal action is absolutely called for. PHSW is ready to start helping you and your family assess the scope of your post-accident needs and develop an aggressive and compelling suit that seeks maximum compensation.
Catastrophic injury claims are often highly complex because of the severity of a person's injuries and the multitude of costs involved in treating the injuries.
Catastrophic injury claims may include expenses for:
Injuries that are catastrophic often require ongoing medical care and treatment. Some injuries may never heal and could possibly leave an individual permanently disabled. When pursuing a settlement, our team takes into account the physical and emotional damages that you are expected to suffer now and in the future.
Want to learn more about how we can help? Contact us today to request a free case evaluation.