Begin Your Recovery From A Catastrophic Injury
Unlike a standard slip-and-fall injury, a catastrophic injury causes body damage so severe that the victim is no longer able to support themselves or their family. While there is not a legal definition of what makes an injury catastrophic, there are many types of injuries that qualify as a catastrophic injury, including:
- Loss of limb
- Brain damage/Injury
- Spinal cord damage
- Organ damage
- Major burns
- Numerous broken bones
These types of injuries place the future for you and your loved ones at risk. It is possible for even a slip-and-fall or car accident to result in catastrophic injuries. Such injuries jeopardize every aspect of your life, and therefore you need a lawyer who understands what is at stake. Attorney Simpson knows what steps to take to help you recover your losses and ensure that your financial needs are met.
Making Sure Your Future Is Covered
Becoming catastrophically injured requires focus on both the present and your future. While making sure that your current needs are being met, like costs of living, present medical expenses and transportation, you also need to make sure that your case is factoring the future costs of your injury, like any therapy or equipment you might need, architectural renovations, or nursing requirements. Attorney Simpson Tuegel factors in all of these components when assembling your claim for damages, ensuring that you receive the best possible outcome for your case. If you or a loved one in the Dallas area needs guidance in recovering from your injuries, contact us at 214-774-9121 today.