What is a catastrophic injury?
The tragedy of personal injury accidents extends to millions of families every year. Many of these accidents, regardless of their nature, can involve injuries that are more serious and life-changing than others. In the field of personal injury law, these especially grievous injuries are referred to as catastrophic injuries.
Common examples of catastrophic injuries include:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injury
- Severe burn injuries
- Neck injuries
Our firm has successfully represented seriously injured individuals for years. We will aggressively pursue the maximum compensation for all cases taken on. We believe that if another party is responsible for your injuries, they must be held accountable for the damages. Please get in touch with Mullins & Trenchak today so that we can provide you with a free case consultation.
Types of Damages You May Be Eligible to Recover
If you have suffered a life-altering injury, you deserve to be compensated for all of the financial, emotional and physical losses that you have suffered. The insurance company may try to minimize your damages by offering to settle your claim for far less than what you deserve, but you shouldn’t be strong-armed into accepting. Studies have shown that accident victims are typically able to secure three times more money when they are represented by an attorney. For this reason, it may be in your best interest to discuss your case with a Las Vegas injury lawyer at our firm.
Our legal team can handle all different types of accident cases, including:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Loss of current and future wages
- Costs associated with rehabilitation
- Pain and suffering / mental anguish
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