Guidance To Help Your Family Recover From Catastrophic Injures

Catastrophic injuries are daunting. They happen suddenly, with little or no warning and often leave the injured person with permanent disabilities and life altering consequences.

If someone’s negligent or intentional act caused a catastrophic injury, you and your family could face a lifetime of rehabilitation and medical bills. It could include permanent disabilities, a shortened life or death. If you need a catastrophic injury attorney’s support, call Kenney & Medina, P.C.

These injuries can include traumatic brain injuries, loss of your sight or hearing, severe burns, internal injuries, spinal cord injuries, ruptured internal organs and loss of limbs.

Common Causes Of Catastrophic Injuries

There are several common causes of these injuries. When someone else’s negligence contributed to the injuries, there can be more issues.

Some of the most contributing incidents include:

Your Top Priority Should Be Recovery

Sometimes, complete recovery after a catastrophic injury is often not likely. However, with therapy, medication and therapy, you could get back to normal activities. That could take money.

You are likely to cover a variety of expenses, including:

  • Assistive devices, including hearing aids, wheelchairs and walkers
  • Counseling
  • Loss of affection, companionship and love
  • Loss of life’s enjoyment
  • Medical treatment
  • Physical/occupational therapy
  • Prosthetics
  • Therapy

Our Personal Injury Attorneys Can Help Support Your Case

These injuries do not just impact you. They affect your family and friends too. You will need to recover as much money as possible to cover your future expenses. We can help you collect documents, accident reports, medication logs, witness statements and the evidence you need.

Our lawyers can help you calculate your expenses and damages. Contact our legal team for the help you need determining and collecting your financial damages if you or a family member suffered a catastrophic injury in Georgia. Call our Suwanee office at 770-564-1600​ or email us.