Serious & Catastrophic Injuries
Compensation for Catastrophic Injury Victims in Houston
At The Daspit Law Firm, we are committed to helping our clients recover financial compensation for the injuries they have suffered because of the negligence of others. If you have suffered a severe and life-changing injury in a preventable accident, you can come to us for assistance from a hard-hitting Houston personal injury lawyer. We fight for the rights of our clients, and we are prepared to stand by you throughout the entire process of pursuing an insurance settlement or jury verdict to pay for the losses you have suffered. Let us put our dedication and skill to work for you.
What makes an injury catastrophic?
Any type of injury can cause enormous physical pain and emotional distress, but certain types of injuries are likely to leave the accident victim permanently incapacitated. A catastrophic injury is any injury that:
- Permanently disables the victim (physically or mentally)
- Permanently disfigures the victim
For example, a spinal cord injury may cause partial or total paralysis, such as in paraplegia or quadriplegia. Traumatic brain injuries frequently result in symptoms including headache, perception disturbances, changes in mood and behavior, and even interference with motor coordination skills. Traumatic amputation has the potential to make it difficult or impossible for the injured person to work, while a burn injury will often leave not only major physical scars, but deep emotional scarring as well.
Speak with a Houston Personal Injury Lawyer Today
If you find yourself in this situation, you cannot afford to take chances with your claim for compensation. Let us fight to help you recover the payment that you need and deserve. With our help, you may not only be able to recover compensation for your medical bills and lost income, but also noneconomic damages for your pain, suffering emotional distress, disfigurement, physical impairment and loss of enjoyment of life. Contact us now for a free case evaluation to learn how much your claim may be worth.