It wasn’t supposed to happen. The day probably seemed like any other day and suffering a massive and painful injury probably wasn’t on your mind. Your life and your family’s lives have been changed forever and you deserve the compensation you need to make the necessary lifestyle adjustments. Our accomplished team of Omaha personal injury attorneys can help you recover the compensation you deserve.
What is a catastrophic injury? Any injury is considered to be catastrophic when it causes long-term disability. These can be sustained during serious incidents resulting from the negligence of others. These can be expensive and stressful, and responsible parties should be held accountable when you or a loved one is seriously injured.
If you or a loved one have suffered a catastrophic injury, it is important that you speak to an Omaha personal injury attorney after you have sought medical treatment. Remember that a healthy person can suffer lasting harm and even just witnessing a grisly injury can lead to lasting post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. At Harris & Associates, we can help you hold the negligent party accountable while you seek help to pay for your medical bills.
Long term injuries may occur due to the negligence of another person who has violated or ignored safety rules. In addition, collisions on the road, on another's property, or even because of a defective product, may be cause to file a claim for personal injury compensation.
Those who suffer from catastrophic injuries must generally endure a long recovery process, which may include multiple surgeries, therapy, rehabilitation, and other types of medical treatment. In Nebraska, victims of such injuries may be entitled to compensation by law, for losses such as pain and suffering, the costs of medical treatment, and lost wages due to the time taken off work because of their injuries.
If you or a loved one have suffered a catastrophic injury as the result of another person’s negligence, it is very important that you contact Harris & Associates to speak with an Omaha personal injury lawyer. Our knowledgeable attorneys work with you on a contingency fee basis, which means we collect no payment until your case is won or settled.
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