Catastrophic Injury

The term "catastrophic injury" refers to a wide range of injuries that cause people severe and permanent physical and psychological damage. Catastrophic injuries include severe burns, amputations, disfigurement, partial or complete paralysis, brain damage, blindness and more. A catastrophic injury is just that, a catastrophe, and not just for the person who is injured. The physical and emotional toll that a severe injury can have on you and your family can be devastating. On top of that, financial burdens often arise from catastrophic injuries due to the inability to work and pay for medical bills. In addition, people who suffer catastrophic injuries often require extensive and ongoing medical care.

Few law firms have the experience of prosecuting catastrophic cases, which requires detailed legal knowledge and the resources to fight large corporations and insurance companies. If you or someone you know has suffered a catastrophic injury, contact the Wolfe Law Firm today. As important as it is to seek medical attention soon after a catastrophic accident, it is equally as important to seek immediate legal advice. The evidence that must be secured immediately after an accident can make all the difference later in court.

Do not delay. Call today for a free consultation with the Wolfe Law Firm. We understand the hardships that arise from a catastrophic injury and are dedicated to helping you pursue every avenue possible to get you or your loved ones the compensation they deserve.

In the unfortunate event that you or a loved one suffers a catastrophic injury, you are going to have many questions, some of which do not have easy answers. Contact the Wolfe Law Firm for your free consultation and we will answer these questions for you honestly and in plain language. The call is free and if we decide to take your case, we will do so on a contingent–fee basis, meaning we don't get paid unless we get you compensation for your case.