Catastrophic Injury Lawyers in Everett

Have You Or A Loved One Suffered A Catastrophic Injury?

man wearing gray outfit trying to walk out of his wheel chair during physical therapy with a physical therapist wearing all white helping himA catastrophic injury will have serious long term effects. It usually involves permanent disability and disfigurement. These types of injuries will likely occur abruptly with little or no warning. A factor in determining whether an injury is catastrophic or not is the incapacitating nature of the injury, and how long it is expected to continue. Another factor includes the impact on the life of the person who experiences a catastrophic injury. They may require constant care, supervision, or assistance for the rest of their life. Will that person be able to earn a living in the same or similar field they used to work in? If an individual is prevented or unable to do so, it is likely a catastrophic injury. Some catastrophic injuries include: severe burns, serious head trauma, spinal cord injuries, loss of limb, partial or total paralysis, and wrongful death.

What Do You Do After A Catastrophic Injury Has Occurred?

After a catastrophic injury occurs you may not know what to do or where to turn. It can almost be impossible for an injured party to recover anything on their own. If the catastrophic injury was caused by the intentional or negligent act of someone else, or by a defective or dangerous product, and the defendant is found liable for the victim's injuries, the defendant is required to pay damages to make the victim whole. While there is no amount of money that will make up for the injured person's loss, monetary value is the only remedy the law provides. Retaining the top medical experts, economists, and life planners is important to obtaining the best recovery.

Here at the Law Offices of Matthew D. Dubin, our Everett catastrophic injury lawyers have experience dealing with these difficult cases. We know how to handle catastrophic injury cases in order to obtain the best recovery possible for our clients. We are well suited to handle any and all catastrophic injury cases. We pride ourselves on compassion and vigorously fighting on behalf of our clients.

Contact a Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Today!

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident leading to a catastrophic injury and are having difficulty understanding what to do, where to turn, and are in need of help, our experienced Everett catastrophic injury lawyers can help. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your injury, call us at 425-243-9935 . You can also contact our law office online using the form below or starting an online chat session. Our Everett attorneys make home and hospital visits when needed. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. This means you will not pay attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.