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Catastrophic Injuries

Brain damage. Amputation. Spinal cord injury resulting in quadriplegia or paraplegia. Serious burns. Vision loss.

All of these are serious, catastrophic, permanent injuries. The worse the injury is, the greater the financial exposure of the insurance company responsible for paying the damages. That means the insurance company will fight paying the injured person the money necessary to live with a permanent injury.

What can you do as the victim or as the family member of a victim? You will need a law firm willing to go against the high-profile legal team that represents the insurance company or another big corporation that is responsible for the catastrophic injuries. We have the experience and the resources to fight for fair and just compensation for your injury.

  • How were you injured and what caused the injury? Our attorneys will assemble the necessary team to investigate the accident and determine who or what entity is responsible for the permanent injury.
  • What medical treatment have you had and what more will you need? With our experience, we have assembled a network of experts who can assess the extent of your injury and determine your lifelong medical needs.
  • Catastrophic, permanent injuries such as paralysis, traumatic brain injury (TBI), amputations, blindness, and burn injuries can require a lifetime of care, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and rehabilitative therapy. Using life planners and other experts, we can establish how much care you will need and what it will cost.
  • Our experienced catastrophic injury attorneys know how to select appropriate experts for your case, cross-examine the other side’s experts, and tell the jury the story of your accident and your permanent injury.

If you have suffered a catastrophic, permanent injury, the Lassiter Law Firm is here to help you. Our Houston Personal Injury Attorneys work for our clients—and we work hard. Contact us for a free consultation.


Published by James Lassiter on 2013-08-13

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