Alabama Catastrophic Injury Attorney
Fighting for those catastrophically injured in Eufaula, Union Springs, Clayton
Catastrophic Injury Law Overview
At Penn and Seaborn, we know that dealing with critical injuries of loved ones is extremely difficult. We understand how it completely changes your life and can put a tremendous strain on your physical and emotional condition, your finances, and your future. We encourage you to contact our firm so that we can help you to evaluate your situation and discuss all of your legal options.
Our skilled team of catastrophic injury attorneys can help you seek maximum financial compensation for your injury or loss. You will never incur any legal fees until we obtain a financial settlement or jury award on your personal injury claim or lawsuit. We have been successful in recovering substantial settlements on behalf of our clients and have demonstrated our commitment to the seriously injured of central Alabama.
Time is of the essence. If you have been injured, or your loved one has died as the result of another’s careless conduct, don’t wait, contact us today for a complimentary case review.
Types of Catastrophic Injuries
Catastrophic injuries are those which are life-altering. They are debilitating injuries from which you or your loved one may never fully recover. We consider these types of injuries catastrophic.
Several accidents which cause injuries that are catastrophic in nature are ones that could have easily been avoided if the proper safety precautions had been taken. As such, these types of catastrophic injuries deserve to be addressed by a professional and experienced personal injury lawyer near you. At Penn and Seaborn, we have successfully handled cases of the highest degree, winning over $20 million in the alst 14 years for the victims of personal injury accidents that we represented.
Types of Catastrophic Injury Cases we Handle:
We have a proven track record of achieving substantial verdicts and settlements for our clients with catastrophic injuries, including:
One of the biggest hazards of industrial work is the risk posed to the workers who operate heavy machinery. These powerful machines have the ability to quickly cut off a limb or badly injur a worker to the point that amputation will be necessary.
Blunt Force Trauma
The forceful impact of an object to a specific region of the body can cause serious, often life-altering injuries. These injuries are referred to as blunt force trauma and one of the most common places that these injuries occur is to the head.
Burns, Scarring & Disfigurement
Burn injuries are not only physically disfiguring, they can also be emotionally scarring. These are some of the most painful injuries. The scars and disfigurement that usually result from burns are often lifelong maladies.
More than 100,000 workers suffer from a crushing injury each year, many times as the result of being caught in between two heavy, solid objects.
Vision Loss & Eye Injuries
One of the most common workplace injuries is damage done to the eye. This is also often catastrophic in nature as it can forever impair a person’s ability to see
Spinal Cord Injuries
Injuries to the vertebrae of the spinal cord can cause serious debilitation. Those who sustain these types of injuries may suffer from loss of limb function or complete paralysis. You need an attorney to ensure that you get the best possible treatment if your injury was sustained wrongfully.
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
Traumatic brain injuries can range in seriousness from mild to quite severe. In particularly serious cases, traumatic brain injuries can be lethal.
Our Personal Injury Attorneys Get Results
We believe that every case is an important one and that every client deserves personal attention, compassion and an attorney who will fight for your rights. No matter the extent of the injuries or the type of accident that you have been injured in, do not hesitate to get the involvement of an Alabama personal injury attorney from our firm. Contact us today.
Recent Catastrophic Injury News
There are significant differences between handling an interstate trucking case and other car wreck cases. It is imperative to have knowledge of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, technology, business practices, insurance coverage, and to
Learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Fall 2018 Client Newsletter.Subscribe to our Free NewsletterThe Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter
An attorney friend of ours from out-of-town shared these aerial photos of our Union Springs law office. Thanks Robert Williams!