Catastrophic injuries present long-term or lifelong implications for patients. For families and individuals with catastrophic injuries their recovery process may be difficult, involve multiple surgeries, and potentially include a lifetime of medical treatment and analysis. The American Medical Association defines a catastrophic injury as a severe injury to the spine, spinal cord, or brain, and may also include skull or spinal fractures. In extreme cases, the death of a loved one may occur.
Charles Thronson and the Personal Injury practice group at Parsons Behle & Latimer are experienced in spinal cord and brain injuries, paralysis, disfigurement, and the loss of a family member due to gross medical negligence. If you think you have a case, contact us today. Our team will review your case, assess the damages, and you will pay no attorneys’ fees unless you recover money damages for your claim.