Brandon Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Have you suffered a catastrophic injury? Whether you got hurt at work, a motor vehicle accident, a slip and fall, or another kind of incident, it’s very understandable to feel overwhelmed, stressed out, and uncertain of where to go for help. You’re probably facing mounting medical expenses, income loss, severe pain and suffering, and related life-changing consequences.
You may also feel that you are up against a powerful entity or massive insurance carrier that will not hesitate to take advantage of your dire situation if you let them. Don’t let this happen to you. The compassionate and skilled Brandon catastrophic injury lawyers of Carman, Bevington & Finegan P.A. are ready to help. We know and have what it takes to recover fair compensation for you and your family.
What Exactly is a Catastrophic Injury?
Under Florida law, the following are considered catastrophic injuries:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and other severe traumatic head injuries
- Spinal cord injuries, particularly those that cause temporary or permanent partial or complete paralysis
- Severe burns
- Loss of limb
- Any injury that results in significant scarring or disfigurement
- Industrial or total blindness
- Any injury that causes permanent or long-term disability that disrupts your life, particularly your ability to work, and those that will require long-term or lifelong medical treatments
- Any injury that would make you eligible to receive federal disability income benefits.
You should also know that, in some cases, whether or not a specific injury will be considered catastrophic will depend on the injured person’s work and how the injury will affect their personal and professional life.
Catastrophic Injury FAQs
How Much is My Claim Worth?
The value of a personal injury claim is normally based on the severity and nature of the injured person’s injuries. Generally speaking, the more severe and life-changing the injury, the higher the compensation.
Will I Need a Catastrophic Injury Lawyer?
Yes. The evidence, facts, and arguments required to prove the impact of a catastrophic injury are very elaborate and complicated. Having a lawyer by your side will ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your losses.
Can I Sue My Employer If I Suffered a Catastrophic Injury at Work?
Depending on the specific circumstances of your case, you may go outside the workers’ compensation rules and sue your employer. Speak to a lawyer to explore the best options for your case.
Learn What Our Brandon Catastrophic Injury Lawyers Can Do For You
If you or a loved one has sustained a catastrophic injury due to another’s negligence or intentional act, the complexity of the elements and evidence needed to prove such cases and what you stand to gain or lose financially make it vital to have the best lawyer fighting for you.
Let the skilled and compassionate Brandon catastrophic injury lawyers of Carman, Bevington & Finegan P.A. help ease some of your burdens. Find out about your legal options and how we can secure maximum compensation for your catastrophic injuries and related losses in a free case review with our Brandon catastrophic injury lawyers. Call 813-654-3444 or reach us online to schedule your appointment.