Morristown Catastrophic Injury Attorney
What qualifies as a catastrophic injury?
There are many different accidents that can occur and many different injuries
that can be sustained by the victims of these accidents. A catastrophic
injury is defined as one that impairs or afflicts the victim for the rest
of their life. An example of a catastrophic injury is a spinal cord injury
resulting in paralysis, either paraplegia or quadriplegia. The victim
loses the ability to use their limbs, and currently, there is no effective
treatment to resolve serious spinal cord injuries. If you have suffered
a catastrophic injury in an accident caused by the negligence of another
then you may be able to collect monetary compensation for your injuries
in Morristown, Knoxville or Knox County.
car accidents there are many cases where individuals can sustain very serious injuries. In a
pedestrian accident it is not uncommon for individuals to become victims of
wrongful death, or catastrophic injuries such as amputation, quadriplegia, various back,
neck and head and brain injuries as well as many others. It is important
for you to understand your rights if you have been injured by another
person. You could incur some very difficult financial hardships due to
this accident; you may be facing extensive hospital bills for treatment
and recovery, as well as loss of wages due to an inability to work. You
may be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent individual in order
to obtain money damages to help compensate for your financial difficulties.
Compassionate Legal Representation
If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by the negligent
acts of another person then our firm may be able to help you obtain money
damages. It is vitally important that you speak with a skilled Morristown
personal injury lawyer from our firm as soon as possible in order to begin the process
of building a strong defense of your case. If you wait too long then any
rights you may have to money damages could be forfeited under statutes
of limitations that apply in the state of Tennessee.
Contact our firm today to discuss your case, your injuries and how our firm will be able
to help you.