Catastrophic injury is life changing and unfortunately not for the better. It results from damage to the limbs, brain or spinal cord leaving the victim unable to work or even care for themselves. Whether the injury results in amputation or organ damage, damage to the brain that results in loss of cognitive ability, memory, or speech, or damage to the spinal cord that results in the loss of mobility, incontinence or feeling, the impact is financially and emotionally devastating for the victim and family members.
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Filing a lawsuit after a catastrophic injury is not the first thing on your mind but having financial security can help you concentrate on what is most important. Caring for your loved one. Coffey Trial Law can seek justice on your behalf. You need a compassionate, experienced team to fight for you and win. Let us seek justice for you.
What is a Catastrophic Injury?
An injury can be defined as catastrophic that disrupts normal function permanently.
- – Brain Injuries
- – Spinal cord injuries
- – Amputations
- – Organ damage
- – Severe burns
- – Multiple bone fractures
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