Common Types of Severe Injury in Personal Injury Cases
The worst injuries have many causes, including car accidents, workplace accidents, construction or industrial accidents, fires, medical negligence, major falls, pharmacy errors, and accidents during travel.
The most common traumatic injuries have their own special legal considerations. We’ve seen each of these kinds of injury cases and more:
Every personal injury case requires you to prove that your suffering was the result of someone else’s negligence.
So you need an injury lawyer who knows what types of medical and other evidence will make a strong claim for the type of injury you experienced.
At The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm, you can talk to our catastrophic injury lawyers—at no cost to you—to get an idea of what your case might involve.
You’ll speak directly with a lawyer when you call. We don’t use non-lawyer staff members to “screen” people’s calls.
And if you work with us on your case, you’ll pay no attorney fee until you recover damages.
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What You Can Get in a Personal Injury Case for a Catastrophic Injury
Making a personal injury claim can potentially secure two major types of compensation for you:
- Direct repayment for expenses caused by your injury, such as hospital stays, all medical care and other economic losses you’ve suffered (like a job loss)
- Payment for your pain, suffering and distress, which can’t be precisely measured, but can be awarded by a court as compensation to you
A personal injury claim for a devastating injury could start out with negotiating with insurance companies, trying to get them to provide the financial assistance you deserve.
Your claim could also mean filing a lawsuit.
Through every step in the process, an experienced personal injury lawyer can stand up for your interests, needs and rights.
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Why Work with Bowling Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
If you’re in Louisiana, Mississippi or Tennessee, and you’re struggling with the aftermath of a severe injury—physically, mentally and financially—you want your legal case in the hands of someone who knows this kind of case inside and out.
Neck, back, and spinal cord injuries might result in permanent paralysis such as paraplegia or quadriplegia (tetraplegia).
A brain injury or amputation can similarly have a devastating impact on the lives of victims and their families. People who suffer severe burn injuries may also deal with the affects for the rest of their lives.
A case involving life-altering spinal cord damage requires a lawyer well versed with the complex medical issues involved in these cases. The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm’s experience in the field of medical malpractice complements its capabilities in serious forms of personal injury cases.
The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm has extensively worked with experts in these fields and has the assets, abilities, and mission to provide exemplary representation in catastrophic injury cases.
And it’s not just us saying that:
- The American Board of Trial Advocates has recognized our firm for extensive trial experience (David Bowling).
- We’ve received top ratings from other attorneys and members of the judiciary in the Martindale-Hubbell legal network (David Bowling).
- “Super Lawyers” has recognized our partners David Bowling and Zach Christiansen. Zach Christiansen is rated as a rising star.
- And David Bowling and the firm were included in “Best Lawyers in America” for personal injury and medical malpractice.
In addition to the physical and emotional effects of a serious injury, catastrophic injuries can have enormous financial impacts.
These injuries can prevent someone from earning any income. Expensive rehabilitation and medical bills can last a lifetime.
Families may incur expenses of home modifications, vehicle conversions and personal care attendants.
When your financial future is on the line, don’t take chances recovering maximum compensation. Talk to The Bowling Christiansen Law Firm.
You’ve gone through a life-changing trauma. Now it’s time to reclaim your life.
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