When an injury is so debilitating it leaves the victim unable to return to work or to his or her normal, pre-injury life, it is considered catastrophic. These types of injuries can be temporary or permanent and, in nearly every personal injury case, they affect both the victim and his/her loved ones immensely. The cost of treating a catastrophic injury can easily exceed millions of dollars over the course of a lifetime.
If you or your loved one suffered a catastrophic injury as a result of another person or entity’s negligence, reach out to our Virginia Beach catastrophic injury lawyers at Breit Cantor Grana Buckner. We have been fighting for the rights of injured individuals since 1979 and have won more than 150 million- and multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements. Our award-winning trial attorneys are ready to fight for you and your family.
What Do I Need to Know About My Catastrophic Injury?
As a victim of a severe injury, you are in a very difficult situation. Your pursuit of full compensation is our number one priority. We want to pursue the highest compensation that we can get on your behalf.
It is important to choose a lawyer who will relentlessly pursue compensation that adequately covers the damages you have faced and are expected to face in the future. This will be accomplished through the completion of a thorough investigation of:
- Lost wages and loss of earning capacity
- Medical expenses
- Future hospital bills
- Pain & suffering you’ve experienced
Make sure that you have a powerful legal team that is willing to go the distance for your case on your side.
Call our office at (888) 635-9500 or submit an online request form for a free, no-obligation consultation.
Examples of Common Catastrophic Injuries
While any injury has the potential to be life-altering, some injuries are generally always considered catastrophic in nature.
Take a look at some examples of common catastrophic injuries:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Paralysis, including paraplegia and quadriplegia
- Head injuries
- Brain injuries, including traumatic brain injuries
- Neck, back, and shoulder injuries
- Amputation/loss of limb
- Partial or total loss of hearing
- Partial or total loss of vision
- Severe burns
- Broken bones, including multiple fractures
- Internal organ damage
At Breit Cantor, we understand the overwhelming physical, emotional, and financial impact these types of injuries have on victims and their families. While we cannot undo the injuries you or your loved one has suffered, we can help you fight for the fair recovery that will allow you to obtain medical treatment, make up for lost income, and begin the healing process.
Why You Need an Experienced Catastrophic Injury Attorney
Catastrophic injury claims are often highly complex. The lifetime care costs of the injury must be calculated and, in most cases, negligence must be proven. At Breit Cantor, we work with a team of experts, including accident reconstructionists and other specialists, in order to determine the full extent of your damages and who is liable. We make it our goal to secure the maximum compensation you are owed; we don’t just accept the first lowball settlement from the insurance company.
Our Virginia Beach catastrophic injury lawyers have earned a reputation as aggressive trial attorneys who will not back down when it comes to advocating for our clients. We have earned a number of groundbreaking results, including some of the largest settlements and verdicts in the state. Our services are all provided on a contingency fee basis, meaning there is zero upfront cost for you and no risk in reaching out to our team.
Give us a call at (888) 635-9500 to learn more during a free, confidential consultation.