Get Legal Help After Your Serious Injuries
Have you suffered a catastrophic injury due to the negligent actions of another party? Are you out of work and struggling with even the simplest of tasks? Are your medical expenses overwhelming your finances? You may be entitled to hundreds of thousands, perhaps even millions of dollars in damages. However, it’s up to you to make the first call. Contact a reliable attorney today to get started on your injury claim.
Our experienced Dallas personal injury lawyers at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP have a stellar case record, with more than $110,000,000 in verdicts and settlements. With our assistance, you may get more than enough money to cover all past and future expenses related to your injury. To learn more about what our firm can do for you, call us today at (214) 231-0555 for a free, comprehensive consultation.
What is the Impact of a Catastrophic Injury?
All catastrophic injuries have the potential to devastate one’s financial, emotional, and physical state. In many cases, they result in permanent disabilities, affecting quality of life. Furthermore, victims aren’t the only ones who get hurt. Family members also usually have to make sacrifices in order to care for their loved one. This can cause the victim to feel depressed and experience emotional distress due to feelings of powerlessness and shame, even though they are blameless.
Building a Strong Injury Claim
Whether you have suffered a catastrophic injury in a car crash, at home, at work, et cetera, you should consult with a reliable attorney who is willing to perform the following actions in the furtherance of your goals:
- Conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding your accident, identify the cause and the responsible party, and extract evidence that establishes the foundation of your claim along with the full extent of your damages.
- Consult with a network of professionals in appropriate fields that can provide expert testimony, if need be.
- Keep close communication with you throughout the whole case.
- Take your case to trial if negotiations fail.
Getting the Compensation You Deserve
With assistance from the lawyers at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP , you may recover the following damages:
- Past and future medical expenses
- The cost of rehabilitation services
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Permanent disability
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- And more
Although a full recovery may not be possible, you can still take back your life with access to the best medical care and rehabilitation services available, made possible only through a successful claim.
Nothing to Risk, Everything to Gain
Understandably, you may be feeling hesitant about pursuing a claim. You have enough financial issues as it is. There’s always the possibility that you may lose your case and get left with exorbitant attorney fees, right? Not if you get representation from Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP . We operate on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t ask for a cent unless we recover damages. In other words, there is zero risk to seeking our services. So why wait? Contact our office today at (214) 231-0555 and get started on the road to recovery!
5 Questions and Answers about Catastrophic injuries
1. What is a catastrophic injury?
A catastrophic injury is a personal injury that’s so severe it could be considered life-threatening without proper emergency medical treatment. Victims of catastrophic injuries often require extensive medical treatment, long recovery periods, and sometimes the victim is even left with permanent disabilities. Injuries resulting in crushed or amputated limbs, paralysis, blindness, organ damage, and traumatic brain injuries are just some injuries that can be considered catastrophic.
2. The catastrophic injury was partly my fault. Does this mean I don’t have a case?
Not necessarily. Even when you’re partly at fault for the catastrophic injury, another party might be just as equally to blame, or even more responsible for the injury than you are. And many times, victims tend to place at least part of the blame on themselves when they had nothing to do with it. Only a qualified personal injury attorney, such as us here at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP , can tell you whether or not you have a case that will stand up in court. Don’t try to assign blame on your own, or determine whether or not you have a case. Let us do that for you – call us today!
3. It’s taken me a long time to get back on my feet after my catastrophic injury. Is it too late?
The statute of limitations, or the amount of time you have to file, a catastrophic injury claim in Texas is typically two years. However, there can be some exceptions to this. For instance, if you were in a car accident and afterwards only felt a headache, you might not feel as though you need to file a claim. Over time you find that you’re losing focus, your vision is blurry, and you have a near-constant migraine. More time passes and you’re diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury, and it’s found that the car accident you got into just over two years ago is to blame. In this case, you may still be able to file a catastrophic injury claim because the full extent of the injuries took longer to appear. If you’ve sustained a catastrophic injury and you want to hold liable parties responsible, contact the experienced personal injury lawyers at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP . We will fully review your case to determine whether or not you have a case, and if it still falls under the statute of limitations.
4. What happens if the victim of a catastrophic injury dies after filing a lawsuit?
It used to be that if a victim of a personal injury passed away after filing a lawsuit, the lawsuit was considered closed and no longer existed. However, thanks to the Texas Survival Statute, that’s no longer the case. This statute states that should a victim of a catastrophic injury die after filing a claim, their heir or estate can still file, or continue on the motion, for the case. Also, the Texas Wrongful Death Act states that if a surviving spouse, parent, or child of a catastrophic injury wants to file a lawsuit against the responsible party, they may do so due to the suffering caused by the loved one’s passing.
5. Should I contact an insurance company after my catastrophic injury?
Typically the insurance companies for both parties will start to investigate the case right away. You will need to cooperate with these companies, as failing to do so may harm your case. However, insurance companies have many tricks they use to prevent paying the parties out so it’s not recommended that you ever speak to an insurance company on your own. Instead, hire us at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP and we’ll communicate with the insurance companies for you. We’re familiar with all the tactics they use, and we’re immune to their reasoning and rationale for not giving victims what they’re due.
If you have questions concerning a catastrophic injury you’ve sustained, call us at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP at (800) 738-4046. We are compassionate and qualified personal injury lawyers that will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve so you can focus on recovering and getting the rest you need.