Philadelphia Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Serving Clients Throughout Pennsylvania Since 1978
At Shrager, Spivey & Sachs, we are dedicated to helping our clients
obtain the financial compensation they need after suffering a catastrophic
injury caused by the negligence of another. If you have suffered a life-changing
injury in a preventable accident, consult with a Philadelphia personal
injury attorney from our firm to learn more about the types of damages
you may be entitled to and begin putting together a personalized plan
for legal action.
What is a Catastrophic Injury?
While any type of injury has the potential to cause substantial pain and
emotional distress, there are certain types of injuries which are more
likely to disfigure or permanently incapacitate victims, physically or mentally.
A number of catastrophic injuries can arise from serious accidents, including:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Eye injuries resulting in blindness
- Crushed limbs
- Injury to internal organs
- Skull fractures
These types of injuries are most likely to arise in dangerous working environments
like chemical or industrial plants, processing facilities, oil and gas
fields, mines, or construction sites, but could just as easily be caused by a
car or truck accident, a slip and fall, or other types of preventable accident.
Catastrophic injuries have the potential to rob people of their ability
to work and could cost them their livelihood. With medical bills and other
expenses piling up, an unexpected accident can spell financial ruin for
the injured person and their family. Do not let this happen to you –
speak with an attorney from Shrager, Spivey & Sachs as soon as possible.
Speak with a Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer
Have you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury in an accident caused
by the negligence of an employer or another party? Shrager, Spivey &
Sachs can help you obtain the compensation you both need and deserve to
cover your past and future medical bills, lost income, lost earning capacity,
and more. In addition, you may be eligible to receive a number of non-economic
damages related to your pain and suffering, physical impairment, loss
of enjoyment of life, and more.
Contact us today to learn more about your legal options during a free consultation: