Have you been severely injured in an accident?
A catastrophic injury is a serious physical injury with long-term consequences such as head trauma, spinal cord injuries, eye injuries, multiple fractures and severe burns. Many catastrophic injuries result in permanent disabilities like brain damage, paralysis and blindness. People who have suffered a catastrophic injury are usually unable to work and often require lifetime treatment and care. In addition to the physical and emotional trauma of a catastrophic injury, a seriously hurt person will often face severe financial hardships due to escalating medical costs and related expenses.
If you or a loved one have suffered a catastrophic injury from an accident, medical malpractice or nursing home abuse, contact a Northern Kentucky personal injury lawyer to find out about personal injury compensation. If the injury was caused by a person or entity's negligent behavior, you may be eligible for monetary damages for your losses.
There are many different types of accidents that cause a catastrophic injury, such as car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, boat accidents and truck accidents. Severe injuries can also happen from a fall, and workplace accident, as well as medical procedure and surgical errors. Contact a knowledgeable personal injury attorney today to find out your rights to compensation for catastrophic injuries and how to file a personal injury claim.
Catastrophic Injury Lawyer in Covington
Robert Raper is a skilled personal injury lawyer and former insurance defense attorney that will aggressively seek compensation for your catastrophic injury. He is familiar with the tactics insurance companies use to prevent or delay claims, and can confidently guide you through the process. A personal injury settlement can include compensation for:
- Medical costs
- Physical therapy
- Home care
- Emotional trauma
- Lost current and future wages
When you have been harmed by someone's careless or reckless actions, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries. The firm can evaluate your case and provide skilled legal representation when seeking the benefits you are owed.