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Amarillo Catastrophic Injury Attorney

Fighting for Your Compensation

Catastrophic injuries are the most severe injuries, and commonly have lifelong consequences that will permanently affect not only the victim but his or her family as well. These types of injuries often require a wide range of medical care and personal assistance because of permanent disability. When caused by another’s negligence, recklessness, or intentional harm, catastrophic injury victims have the legal right to pursue damages against the responsible party. At Quackenbush Law Firm, I have 30+ years of experience to help you fight for compensation in your case.

Let me fight for you. Contact me at (806) 424-4108 or fill out my online contact form to discuss your case for free.

What Are Catastrophic Injuries?

In general, catastrophic injuries are those that will prevent you from being able to work or to enjoy life in the same way you did prior to the injury.

Catastrophic injuries can include:

  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Severe burns
  • Amputations
  • Electrocutions
  • Blindness
  • Severe birth defects, such as cerebral palsy

These types of injuries often are the result of vehicle accidents, but they can also stem from:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Construction site accidents
  • Industrial accidents
  • Unsafe premises

Victims may require multiple surgeries, lifelong medical equipment, physical therapy, medication, and assistance with daily tasks. Without the ability to work, they may face financial ruin for themselves and their families.

Catastrophic Injury Compensation

When making a catastrophic injury claim, it is crucial to have a trial-tested attorney handling your case. With more than 200 jury trials to my credit, I know how to make a difference in the legal arena as a Amarillo catastrophic injury lawyer.

In a personal injury claim involving a catastrophic injury, you may pursue damages for:

  • All past and future medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Emotional anguish

To substantiate your claim, testimony from medical experts will be needed as well as from others, such as life care planners. Let me help you put together a strong case in your favor.

Connect with Quackenbush Law Firm at (806) 424-4108 to learn more about how I can help you today.