South Florida Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Dyson Law PLLC helps victims of catastrophic injuries receive compensation for current and future medical care, lost wages, and more.
South Florida Catastrophic Injury Claims
Few things are as life-changing as a catastrophic injury. The impact of this type of injury lasts a lifetime and can prevent you from working and even socializing. The financial, emotional, and social impact will follow you for the rest of your life. You also might feel angry if your catastrophic injury was due to someone else’s negligence. If the other person had acted responsibly, you would not be suffering right now.
You can seek justice by filing a catastrophic injury claim in South Florida. You can be compensated for your long-term needs, alleviating the financial stress of medical bills and lost wages. Filing a claim will also hold the responsible party accountable for his or her actions and protect others from the same fate. As challenging as living with a catastrophic injury is, it’s much easier to move forward when you receive compensation. Speak to a Delray Beach catastrophic injury attorney to help you recover damages for the physical and emotional toll of this horrific situation.
Types of Catastrophic Injuries
Catastrophic injuries prevent people from performing gainful work for the rest of their lives. These injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Severe burns
- Loss of hearing or vision
DAMAGES FOR CATASTROPHIC INJURIES
Dyson Law PLLC understands the long-term impact of catastrophic injuries. Because you will suffer from the effects of these injuries for the rest of your life, you need a fair settlement or trial verdict. Our Delray Beach catastrophic injury attorneys will consult with medical experts and other specialists to understand your long-term needs, so you will have enough compensation to receive the necessary care.
Medical bills are often very expensive after suffering catastrophic injuries, and they won’t go away after your case is settled. Your attorney will present evidence to help you recover compensation for both your current and future medical bills. Damages can also include current and future lost wages and reduced earning capacity.
You can also be compensated for the emotional toll this injury has caused. These damages include pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and emotional anguish. Depending on the nature of your injury, you also might be eligible for compensation for scarring and disfigurement.
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Through our years of practice, our team at Dyson Law PLLC has been able to secure outstanding results for many individuals and families who have suffered harm as a result of negligent and wrongful conduct.
CAUSES OF CATASTROPHIC INJURIES
Dyson Law PLLC has represented clients who suffered catastrophic injuries caused by a variety of factors. Many of these injuries are related to car and motorcycle accidents. Pedestrians and bicyclists can also suffer catastrophic injuries if they are struck by a motor vehicle. Other causes of catastrophic injuries include medical malpractice, defective products, and even taking dangerous medications. If your injury was caused by a person or a company’s negligence, you could file a claim to collect damages.
MAXIMIZE COMPENSATION WITH DYSON LAW PLLC
Dyson Law PLLC has a history of securing large settlements and trial verdicts for clients suffering from catastrophic injuries. Dyson Law PLLC brings the same tenacity to every catastrophic injury case. We believe our clients deserve fair compensation for these life-altering injuries.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR CATASTROPHIC INJURY CLAIMS
It is always wise to consult with a lawyer immediately after suffering a catastrophic injury. Your Delray Beach catastrophic injury attorney can collect and review evidence while it’s still fresh and then prepare the claim. However, you have four years from the date of the injury to file the claim in most cases. If you wait longer than four years, the court can throw out the claim, preventing you from receiving compensation. While four years is the rule of thumb, there are some instances where the statute of limitations is different. Talk to an attorney today to find out if you still have time to file a claim.