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Orange County Catastrophic Injury Lawyer
Handling Burn, Amputation, Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury Claims
At Accident Lawyers, we help people who have been seriously injured or who have lost family members due to the actions of other people. Although these injuries or losses may be caused by accidents, there are often situations wherein the victim or family of the victim can hold the responsible party accountable. An Orange County catastrophic injury lawyer at our offices can assist you in this endeavor.
There are various situations which may cause injuries that are deemed "catastrophic" due to their significant impact on a victim's life. Auto accidents are a leading cause of serious injuries and wrongful death throughout the U.S. and are the most common source of personal injury claims. Additional causes of serious injuries may include dog bites, medical malpractice or negligence,slip and fall accidents, defective or dangerous products, and traffic accidents involving pedestrians or bicyclists. Our firm takes on serious injury claims involving all of these situations, and more. We are committed to helping people who have suffered such catastrophic injuries as:
A blow to the head may cause serious and lasting injury, making it one of the primary focuses of our firm. We handle all types of catastrophic injury claims related to head trauma, including brain injuries as well as facial and dental trauma. Whether a client has suffered from open or closed head trauma, we can work with medical professionals, economists and other experts to determine the true and fair value of their claim. We will help you seek the medical care and financial compensation you need. Click here to read more about head trauma.
Spinal Cord Injury
The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves, protected by the spine, responsible for transmitting information to and from the brain and the rest of the body. If the spine sustains direct trauma or is twisted in an unnatural manner, the nerves may become stretched, damaged or even severed. When this happens, the messages to and from the brain that allow for voluntary motor function and sensory perception may be interrupted or stopped. The victim may suffer from paralysis, whether it is paraplegia (paralysis of the legs) or quadriplegia (paralysis of the arms and legs). Click here to read more about spinal cord injury.
We also handle cases for clients throughout Orange County related to severe burns, amputation, loss of eyesight, loss of hearing and eye injuries. These are just a few of the types of catastrophic injury cases our law firm can handle. If you would like to discuss your specific case with an experienced attorney, we welcome you to call us at 800-670-8142. You can undergo an initial consultation over the phone or in person, and this will grant you the opportunity to learn more about your particular legal matter and your options in seeking justice for what you have experienced.
Financial Damages for Serious Injury Claims in Orange County, California
The ability to recover full financial compensation may make a significant difference in a victim's ability to recuperate and move on with his or her life. A serious injury may leave a person with extensive medical bills and missed work and therefore facing financial difficulties – all in addition to the physical and emotional trauma that an injury victim will already be dealing with. When you work with an Orange County serious injury attorney at our offices, we will take action immediately to assist you in receiving the medical care you need while handling your claim or lawsuit and seeking the highest amount of financial compensation possible for your injuries.
Although we cannot go back in time and prevent a serious accident or injury from occurring in the first place, our legal team can help you recover the money that will help you begin rebuilding your life.
Contact an Orange County serious injury attorney
at Accident Lawyers to undergo a free consultation regarding your accident or injury claim.