Injury Cases Involving Catastrophic Injuries
Some cases are horrific. Whether it results in paralysis from a spinal cord injury, massive burns, head and brain trauma, or even death, these catastrophic leave the victim in a terrible state. From the loss of work, the inability to participate in hobbies or family activities, to the terrible pain they live with on a daily basis, these sort of injuries are life altering.
The attorneys of Cutler Rader, PL have been aggressively handling catastrophic injury cases for decades. We know that we can’t undo the wrong that has been done, but we can fight for every cent you deserve to help make up for your pain and suffering. The goal is simple: to obtain as much money for our clients as possible.
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Types of Catastrophic Injury Cases
Brain injuries are as obvious or subtle as the human mind can be. With a brain injury, there could be a loss of executive function (thinking, understanding), language issues, personality changes, balance issues or many other dysfunctions. We have handled cases where the brain injury was very clear, but we have also handled cases where the injuries were not immediately apparent. We work closely with neuropsychologists and other professionals to make these vague but real symptoms easier for others, including jurors, to understand. You may experience unexplained symptoms and chalk them up to other causes or dismiss them entirely. We take all your symptoms seriously and work to get you the help you need.
Burn injuries may occur at home, on the job, or during daily activities. When a burn happens, immediate medical attention may be necessary based on the severity. Many burns can be very serious or even life-threatening, some leaving permanent scarring or lifetime impairments. Serious types of burns can be initiated from several causes.
Some of these causes include:
- Food, grease or some sort of hot liquid
- Automobile Accidents
- Kitchen Appliances
The spinal cord is the nerve highway that extends from the base of the brain to the top of the buttocks. It is responsible for sending messages between the brain and all other parts of the body.
When injured, the spinal cord may not be able to transfer these messages. An injury to it can range from instantly fatal to permanent loss of strength, sensation, and function below the site of injury (paralysis) to far less devastating. A small compression of the cord can cause numbness, pain, tingling, loss of strength and many other sensations to specific parts of the body, such as fingers or toes, or to large areas of the body. Digestion, sexual abilities, heart performance, respiration and all other body functions can all be impaired by injury to the spinal cord.
A Wrongful Death claim is a civil lawsuit that may be brought to court when the negligence or wrongful act of one party causes the death of another person. If you have had a loved one killed by the thoughtlessness of others regardless of whether by an automobile accident, fall, medical malpractice, assault, or any carelessness, you may have a wrongful death claim. There are several Florida Statutes that can apply to these situations and it is important to get good legal advice as to whether a claim can be brought. MOST IMPORTANT, YOU MAY HAVE A SHORTER PERIOD OF TIME TO BRING A WRONGFUL DEATH ACTION THAN OTHER TYPES OF CASES. ACT QUICKLY!