Serious & Catastrophic Injuries
Attorneys for Seriously Injured Accident Victims
Often, after an accident, people are most concerned about their immediate medical expenses, lost wages and property damage. But when you've been so seriously injured that you may never fully recover, a new universe of concerns come into play.
At Stevens Love in Longview, Texas, our experienced personal injury trial lawyers are prepared to fight for the rights of clients who have suffered spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, permanent scarring and other catastrophic injuries.
To schedule a case evaluation, contact us today. For personal injury cases, we charge no attorneys fees unless and until we recover compensation for you.
Pursuing Compensation for Permanent Injuries
Certain injuries suffered in auto accidents, construction site accidents and other incidents may require years of rehabilitation and may even permanently affect the injured person's quality of life and ability to work. Among the most serious types of injuries are the following:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Paralysis and other spinal cord injuries
- Paraplegia and quadriplegia
- Severe burns
- Scars and disfigurement
If you have suffered injuries that may be with you for the rest of your life, you deserve the opportunity to pursue fair compensation for the permanent harm that has been done to you.
Our attorneys are experienced at helping seriously injured clients recover compensation for their loss of earning capacity; medical, rehabilitative and therapeutic expenses; pain and suffering; and other damages.
Investing the Resources Needed to Prove Your Case
Insurance companies can typically allocate large budgets for their legal defense against serious and catastrophic injury claims. To adequately stand up for your rights, your attorney needs to be prepared to match those tactics by efficiently investing in similar resources.
Injuries that are less visible, like many spinal cord injuries, can be just as devastating as more visible injuries. Demonstrating those injuries to a jury, however, requires careful attention and preparation.