Abilene Catastrophic Injury Attorneys
Billions Won by Catastrophic Accident Lawyers in Abilene
In ancient Greece, the word catastrophe was used to describe sudden and tragic change. Today, we’ve use the word to describe life-altering accidents and injuries. After experiencing a catastrophic accident, survivors know just how harshly and suddenly their lives turn upside down. At Arnold & Itkin, we’ve seen firsthand how difficult this time can be; our team of experienced Abilene catastrophic accident lawyers are here to help you rebuild.
In the legal world, catastrophic injuries have a specific definition. The term applies to any injury that permanently inhibits a person’s mobility or cognitive function. Injuries in this category often affect the brain, spinal cord, nerves, or other components of the body that play a vital role in thinking and moving. Injuries like this necessitate dramatic adjustments for survivors and their families. If you have suffered from a catastrophic injury, the attorneys at Arnold & Itkin are ready to fight for your compensation.
If you have been catastrophically injured due to the negligence of another party, call the Abilene catastrophic injury attorneys at Arnold & Itkin today at (888) 493-1629.
What Counts as a Catastrophic Injury?
Catastrophic injuries can happen anywhere on the body. However, some injuries occur with more frequency than others.
These injuries include the following:
These injuries require an intense period of medical care. Third-degree burns don’t just harm the skin—they can cause lasting damage to the tissues beneath the skin. Common long-term effects of third-degree burns include scarring, respiratory problems, and disfigurement. Victims of burns often have trouble comfortably moving areas of their bodies that have been injured.
Blunt force trauma describes a forceful impact to a specific part of the body. If the head is subjected to blunt force trauma, the result can be a catastrophic loss of brain function.
Accidents that cause loss of vision are devastating as they force the survivor to completely change how they interact with the world.
The spinal column houses a crucial collection of nerves that control the body’s ability to move. Trauma to this part of the body can cause loss of mobility or, in the most severe cases, complete paralysis.
Like the loss of vision, damage to a person’s ability to hear results in a drastic change in career, lifestyle, and prospects.
As one of the most common work injuries in the United States, these injuries often result from neglect and change a person's ability to comfortably move.
- Neurological Injuries
When nerves are damaged, the experience can be extremely painful for the victim. However, pain is not the only repercussion of this type of injury. Nerve damage requires extensive rehabilitation or surgery and, depending on the extent of the damage, can cause permanent issues with mobility.
Seeking Recovery for Catastrophic Injuries
Negligence is the most common reason individuals are forced to seek compensation from another party for their injuries. Negligence occurs when someone does not take the measures required to protect the safety of others. Negligence causes car accidents, workplace accidents, and any other events where someone is responsible for the safety of others.
The following items may be recovered from negligent parties:
- Past and future medical care
- Lost wages due to time spent away from work
- Diminished future earnings
- Psychological trauma
- Pain and suffering
Call Abilene Catastrophic Injury Attorneys: 888-493-1629
If you need compensation for your losses, you need the help of an experience catastrophic injury lawyer. Our personal injury lawyers know what’s at stake in your case. That’s why we relentlessly fight for our clients to get results that change their lives for the better. At Arnold & Itkin, we have helped clients win billions of dollars in settlements and verdicts, with hundreds of seven-figure results and dozens of eight-figure results.
When pursuing damages from another party, you need experienced trial lawyers as your advocates. The experience of a seasoned team of lawyers compels companies and insurers to deal fairly with you. When our opponents have a choice between settling with you or facing us in court, they will often choose to settle. However, that only happens when they're facing attorneys who are ready for trial, and we are always ready for trial. If money is an issue, you do not need to worry—if we take your case, we do not charge any fees unless we win.
If you have experienced a catastrophic injury, call Arnold & Itkin for a free consultation at (888) 493-1629. Our attorneys are ready to discuss how to help you recover today.