A serious injury can change the rest of your life. It can lead to permanent scarring or disabilities, and it can have a profound impact on your financial stability due to medical costs and decreased earnings. Even if you recover from the physical injuries you experienced, you may continue to suffer from emotional trauma. The same applies if a loved one suffers catastrophic injuries. As a family member, you may have to deal with the burden of their medical treatment and ongoing care.
Huffman & Huffman Brothers-in-Law, PLLC is here to help if you or someone you love has suffered serious injuries in an accident, due to a defective product, or in any situation caused by another’s negligence or misconduct. Our Newport News personal injury lawyers hold individuals and corporations responsible for their wrongdoing, helping the seriously injured recover compensation that can provide for their lifelong care.
For experienced help after a serious injury, call (757) 330-3425 or contact us online for a free, confidential case evaluation.
The Importance of Maximum Compensation for Victims of Serious Injuries
The recovery of maximum compensation is essential for victims of serious injuries. The cost of emergency medical treatment alone can add up to tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars. Then there is ongoing medical care, physical therapy, assistive devices, medication, and so much more that must be considered – not to mention lost earnings and loss of future wages. A settlement or award for a catastrophic injury claim may cover all of this, plus more. Emotional trauma such as pain and suffering or loss of enjoyment of life are also compensable damages.
Our Newport News catastrophic injury attorneys can help with cases involving:
- Severe burns
- Amputation/loss of limb
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Hearing or vision loss
- Any other physical/emotional injuries
Do not miss an opportunity to recover a fair settlement or award that can help you rebuild and recover. Call (757) 330-3425 for your free consultation.