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Catastrophic Injuries

How is a Catastrophic Injury different from a Typical or Serious injury?

Catastrophic injuries often involve brain damage, spinal cord damage, broken bones, amputations, or other severe bodily harm that not only hurts the injured party but also incapacitates them.

Over $150,000,000 recovered for accident victims in the last 5 years

What is a Catastrophic Injury?

Catastrophic injuries occur for a number of reasons. Many result from sudden, unexpected accidents, such as car crashes, falls, semi-truck crashes, sports injuries, electrocutions, train accidents, etc . Usually, one or more parties other than the injured person bear at least some of the liability for the injury. Just because you may not be able to readily identify a responsible party or parties does not mean they do not exist. Our job is to find them and hold them liable.

What Are Examples of Catastrophic Injuries?

Many of the catastrophic injuries we have seen at Adams Davis, PC have involved one or more of the following:


  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Loss of limb/Amputations
  • Multiple broken bones
  • Loss of sight or hearing
  • Spinal cord injuries, including paralysis
  • Damage to internal organs
  • Severe burns covering a large body area, etc.

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