Although all injuries have an effect on people, catastrophic injuries can change the course of someone’s life forever. These types of injuries have lifelong consequences, whether it’s a permanent disability that requires 24-hour care at a facility or an amputation of the arm.
Catastrophic injuries don’t just affect the person that suffered the injury either. Parents, spouses, children, and other family members are often left stressing over medical bills or figuring out how to help victims manage their new circumstances.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. When someone suffers a catastrophic injury due to the recklessness, negligence, or willful misconduct of another person, there may be some recourse. Learn how a personal injury case can help victims of catastrophic injuries cope with their disabilities and provide compensation.