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Any injury can change a life, but when the injury causes brain damage, paralysis, or death, it can completely alter the lives of the individual and their families. There is a significant amount of medical care and equipment that someone with a catastrophic injury needs in order to have the quality of life they deserve. The recovery from a catastrophic injury can take months, if not years, and even then they may never return to their pre-accident abilities. Catastrophic injuries typically require lifetime care, and they significantly impact a family’s finances and future.

Catastrophic injuries are common after truck crashes and severe motor vehicle crashes, and can cause cases of traumatic brain injuries, amputations, and paralysis. Catastrophic injuries involve:

  • Permanent disability or loss of function
  • Inability to work full-time
  • The need for lifelong assistance, care or accommodations
  • The need for medications for life
  • The need for prosthetics or assistive devices (like walkers, canes, and wheelchairs)
  • Severe scarring or disfigurement
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Amputation
  • Loss of sight (acquired blindness)
  • Loss of hearing (acquired deafness)
  • Severe burn injuries
  • Paralysis

The trauma surrounding a catastrophic injury can be overwhelming for an individual and their family, and everyone involved deserves the necessary compensation following an accident. Kiley Law Group has worked tirelessly with those who have suffered catastrophic injuries, and for 40 years, has helped secure the funds these families need to take care of their loved one. You can trust the experienced legal team at Kiley Law Group. Call now for your free consultation, 888-435-1321.

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If Someone You Love Has Suffered A Catastrophic Injury Such as A Traumatic Brain Injury, Spine Injury, or Paralysis, Contact Tom Kiley and His Team of Personal Injury Attorneys

Catastrophic injuries are devastating. Nothing will rewind time to the moments before an accident and allow the injured party to make a different decision that will prevent the accident from occurring. All a person and their family can do is move forward with the resources they need. Kiley Law Group is the team of attorneys you need on your side to obtain necessary compensation and help get your life back on track.

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Catastrophic injuries are defined as a severe injury to the spine, spinal cord, or brain, and may also include skull or spinal fractures. Catastrophic injuries can have serious effects on the body, including paralysis, lingering brain deficits, para- or quadriplegia, or death, all of which have grave impacts on the individuals and their families. These injuries are life-threatening, life-changing, and require months or years of intense recovery to be able to live a life close to the quality enjoyed before their accident. The severity of these issues generally means the injured party will need lifelong care which may include specialized equipment, therapy and medications, all of which can be expensive. Without help, the costs associated with catastrophic injuries can be financially overwhelming.

Catastrophic injuries will change the life of the person who has suffered the injury and the family and friends who love them. Kiley Law Group knows and understands the turmoil these injuries cause and the need for resources to be able to provide for the loved one in need. There are numerous avenues our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys can take to ensure that their clients obtain the compensation they need. Contact our firm today to discuss your case so we can begin the recovery process.

Catastrophic injuries may present themselves in numerous ways. While some injuries, like paralysis, may be easier to identify, traumatic brain injuries may not be as easy to diagnose.

Catastrophic injuries may include:

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Catastrophic Injuries and Wrongful Death

The causes of catastrophic injuries vary. They come as the result of a traumatic force. Common causes of catastrophic injuries associated with personal injury lawsuits include:

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck and commercial vehicle accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Medical malpractice-related birth injuries

If you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury that you believe was the result of another’s carelessness, please contact the attorneys at the Kiley Law Group today for a free consultation.

There is no standard compensation amount for any personal injury case. There are many factors to consider in every injury case, including the severity of injuries and level of ongoing care. However, insurance company settlement offers are often inadequate for these types of injuries, which makes it hard to cover the following vital expenses:

  • Medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation and long-term therapy
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning capacity and benefits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Home and lifestyle accommodations

In order to receive the maximum level of compensation, you need to rely on the expertise of an attorney. The attorneys at Kiley Law Group have 40 years of experience representing clients injured in catastrophic injuries and obtaining them the resources they need to aid in their recovery.

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are more than just a bump on the head. TBIs are a frequent byproduct of serious falls, sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents, particularly those involving motorcycles or heavy trucks like tractor-trailers. A TBI is life-threatening, and can result in permanent impairment. TBIs can have wide-ranging physical and psychological effects. Some signs or symptoms may appear immediately after the traumatic event, while others may appear days or weeks later. TBIs range from mild symptoms like headaches and nausea, to moderate and severe symptoms like seizures, prolonged loss of consciousness, or confusion and memory loss. The terms "mild," "moderate" and "severe" are used to describe the effect of the injury on brain function. A mild injury to the brain is still a serious injury that requires prompt attention and an accurate diagnosis. Following diagnosis of a TBI, it is important that you contact the attorneys with Kiley Law Group to begin a review of your case. Early intervention is crucial in traumatic brain injuries, and the sooner you can work with an experienced attorney to obtain the resources you need, the better.

Damage to the spinal cord has serious consequences that require extensive treatment and leave lifetime impacts. The severity of spinal cord injuries depends where on the spinal cord the damage occurred; these injuries are often categorized as “complete” (in which there is a complete lack of function and sensation below the area of injury) or “incomplete” (in which there is some function or sensation below the injury site). The costs and life changes associated with spinal cord injuries can be overwhelming. The attorneys at the Kiley Law Group are dedicated to helping those who have sustained a catastrophic injury and their families recover the financial peace of mind they need to move forward. We have recovered millions of dollars for clients with spinal cord injuries specifically, and we welcome you to contact us today for a free consultation.

Paralysis is the loss of muscle function in part of your body and is often the result of a spinal cord injury. It results in loss of sensation and motor function within an affected area. There are four types of paralysis:

  • Monoplegia, which affects only one arm or leg.
  • Hemiplegia, which affects one arm and one leg on the same side of your body.
  • Paraplegia, which affects both of your legs.
  • Quadriplegia, or tetraplegia, which affects both of your arms and both of your legs.

Currently, there is no cure for paralysis. There are rehabilitation treatments which allow the individual with paralysis to live as independently as possible and to provide the person with a high quality of life, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, mobility aids, assistive technology and adaptive equipment, all of which can be expensive.

If paralysis is the result of another’s negligent action, such as when sustained in a traffic crash, the attorneys at the Kiley Law Group may be able to help you and your family pursue the compensation you need to cope with immediate medical expenses and long-term costs. For over 40 years, we have recovered more than $500 million fighting for the rights of injured individuals. Please contact us today for a no-cost consultation.

The sad truth is that many catastrophic injuries result in death, often after extensive pain and suffering, and emotional distress and financial impacts to the families involved. When the death is the result of injuries caused by another’s negligence, you have the right to pursue compensation for medical costs, funeral and burial expenses, and other damages. The Kiley Law Group has helped many families seek the financial security they need after the death of a loved one. Our attorneys understand the costs of catastrophic injuries, and the burdens placed on families when the death was caused by someone else’s carelessness. Please contact us today for a free case consultation with a knowledgeable attorney.