Every day, people suffer injuries and even death because of the carelessness of others. Any injury can impact your ability to live life to the fullest, and we handle all types of injury cases. We work with you through every step of the claims process to maximize your recovery as efficiently as possible.
Many of our cases involve catastrophic injury and wrongful death related to traumatic events. A catastrophic injury is any injury that is debilitating and perhaps permanent. These types of injuries are common consequences of auto and motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, airplane accidents, dangerous products, industrial and construction accidents, childcare and daycare negligence, nursing home negligence, dangerous road conditions and road defects, and slip and fall accidents. Common types of catastrophic injury include:
Spinal cord and brain injury
Paralysis, including quadriplegia and paraplegia
In many cases, injury victims can lose the ability to work and support their families. You might be concerned about future medical needs and expenses that are a direct result of your injury, caused by the negligence of another. These cases are filed to recover damages for such losses and provide financial support for needs that arise in the future.
A wrongful death claim can be considered when a person dies as the result of another person’s actions. A wrongful death suit is different from other types of personal injury claims because it is brought by the family members of the deceased victim. These cases are filed to recover damages in the form of compensation to provide emotional and financial relief for the loss the family has endured as a direct result of the death of their loved one.
We aggressively pursue personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits, and we offer free investigations into these cases for individuals like you. No payment is required until compensation is collected on your behalf. If you or a loved one has suffered due to the actions of another person, we’re here to help. Give us a call at 816-307-2788, the road to recovery starts today.