North Carolina Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Personalized Representation for Severely Injured Victims
Any accident is capable of causing horrendous injuries and
death. The term “catastrophic injury” refers to a condition that
permanently affects the victim, as well as his or her friends and family.
Typically, these injuries are so severe, they result in temporary or permanent
At Lanier Law Group, P.A., we are sympathetic to your situation if you
have suffered a serious injury in an accident. We also want to help you.
Our North Carolina catastrophic injury lawyers have a reputation for being
aggressive in representing catastrophic injury victims and their rights.
If you or your loved one suffered devastating injuries as a result of
someone else’s careless, reckless, or negligent actions, reach out
to our firm as soon as possible for a free consultation. We can discuss
your rights and legal options.
Call (855) 757-4204 or
contact us online today. If you are not able to make it to one of our
multiple office locations, we can travel to you for your free consultation.
What Constitutes a Catastrophic Injury?
It is important to note that there is no legal definition of a “catastrophic
injury;” instead, it is typically up to your attorney to prove that
your injury is catastrophic. Any disabling and long-lasting condition
that causes severe pain or affects your ability normally to live your
life may be considered a catastrophic injury. This includes injuries that
affect your ability to work, care for yourself, care for your children
or other loved ones, drive a car, or carry out any other tasks you were
previously able to do.
Some examples of common catastrophic injuries include:
Please note that this list is not exhaustive; there are many other injuries
that may be considered catastrophic. Our trusted North Carolina catastrophic
injury lawyers are equipped to handle all types of cases, from the simplest
claims of negligence to the most complex situations involving multiple
parties and victims. We never back down from a challenge and are prepared
to fight for you and your recovery every step of the way.
Causes of Catastrophic Injuries
Many people fail to realize that a simple careless mistake can cause devastating
bodily injury or the death of another person. For example, a property
owner who fails to remedy a slick surface may wind up causing a visitor
to suffer brain and head injuries, spinal cord damage, or another type
of catastrophic injury.
Some examples of accidents that can lead to serious injuries include:
Suffering a catastrophic injury can cause unbearable pain and suffering,
not only for victims but for their loved ones as well. Often, these injuries
require extensive medical treatment. Sometimes, this treatment may even
be lifelong. This can place an immense financial burden on families who
are already struggling with the other consequences of the accident.
If someone else’s negligence caused the accident that left you or
your loved one catastrophically injured, we want to help you take legal
action against whoever is responsible. Our attorneys understand the unique
challenges these types of personal injury cases present, and we know how
to help you navigate the legal process in pursuit of the full, fair compensation
you are owed.
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A serious injury can affect your personal and professional life forever.
At Lanier Law Group, we are committed to helping you get the compensation
you may deserve. We offer all our services on a
contingency fee basis, meaning there are no upfront costs for you. Instead, our attorneys’
fees are recovered as a percentage of your total recovery. If we are not
successful in obtaining a settlement or jury verdict for you, you owe
Your path to justice and recovery starts with a free consultation. Reach
out to us today to put a heavyweight in your corner. We provide legal
services in English and
Spanish to better serve our clients throughout North Carolina.
Call us at (855) 757-4204 or
submit an online contact form today to get started with your complimentary consultation.