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Providence Catastrophic Injuries Lawyer

An accident can happen anywhere, at any time. Some people are fortunate enough to walk away unharmed, while others suffer some injuries. Unfortunately, some people are not so lucky and wind up suffering serious injuries that affect every aspect of their lives. These are injuries that are so severe, they can limit someone’s ability to ever return to their normal life. Catastrophic injuries are ones that may require lifelong treatment, extensive specialist care, etc.

Catastrophic injuries affect more than just the victim, as family members and loved ones are also affected. Coping with a catastrophic injury is a challenging process for everyone involved. In the event you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury due to someone else’s negligence in Rhode Island, it’s imperative to speak with an experienced and knowledgeable Providence catastrophic injuries lawyer. At Kiselica Law Firm, we understand how difficult and stressful this process can be. Let us help you get the compensation you deserve to help pay for your medical bills, lost earnings, and other damages like pain and suffering.

Examples of Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries can occur in a variety of ways. They can occur in everyday car accidents, slip and fall accidents, boating accidents, construction site accidents, and even from defective products. It’s important to note exactly what catastrophic injuries are. Some common examples can include:

  • Serious fractures, like a spinal fracture
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Other head injuries
  • Loss of vision
  • Loss of hearing
  • Severe burns
  • Spinal cord injuries, many including paralysis
  • Disfigurement
  • Amputation
  • Internal organ damage

Brain injuries are among the more common catastrophic injuries because people often strike their head in an accident. A heavy impact can have more than enough force to result in the brain striking the inside of the skull. This can cause internal bleeding on the brain, as well as swelling, which has the risk of cutting off blood flow to the affected part of the brain. This results in further damage due a lack of oxygen being received.

Spinal cord injuries are also some of the more common catastrophic injuries we handle. Catastrophic injuries can result in a person’s loss of mobility. The loss of a person’s ability to use their limbs due to paralysis or chronic pain is devastating. Paralysis can also result in the loss of certain bodily organ functions, like circulatory or respiratory.

Burn injuries are commonly seen in industrial workplace accidents, car accidents, kitchen operational accidents, and structural fires. Amputations can occur due to car accident injuries, industrial accidents, and even surgical or medical errors. Permanent disfigurement accidents are commonly seen in fires, dog bites, car accidents, and industrial accidents. Any catastrophic injury that occurs due to someone else’s negligence could be eligible for compensation, which is why it’s important to reach out to a knowledgeable Rhode Island personal injury attorney who can help.

Contact a Providence Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Today

These types of injuries require extensive medical treatment and victims are often unable to work in order to support themselves. It’s imperative that if you or a loved one were seriously injured in an accident that was due to someone else’s negligence, you contact an attorney right away. The earlier you reach out for help, the sooner we can begin building a case and collecting evidence to help get you the compensation to pay for the mounting medical bills and other financial obligations. Contact the Kiselica Law Firm today to schedule an initial consultation.

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