Catastrophic Personal Injury
Charleston, South Carolina Attorneys Experienced in Catastrophic Personal Injuries
Actions Involving Catastrophic Personal Injuries
The typical personal injury case involves injuries caused by another person’s negligence or wrong-doing which are mild to moderate in scale. Most injuries may keep an injured party in bed or out of work for a time, but eventually the wounds are healed and the injured party can resume a relatively normal life. However, some injuries are so severe that they are life-threatening and often life-altering in scope.
What are catastrophic some types of catastrophic injuries?
Catastrophic injuries may include the following:
- Partial or total physical disability
- Paralysis or neurologic damage
- Loss of limb
- Brain trauma or mental impairment
- Severe burns
- Birth defects or complicated pregnancies
After these injuries, the victim’s life will never be the same. These injuries typically require long-term hospitalization, home healthcare, life-long rehabilitation and therapy, and dozens of daily medications. Such cases require special attention and care; the issues are more complicated; specialized medical or scientific experts need to be consulted; actuaries may be required to accurately calculate the cost of remedying the injuries; and, the volume of documentation can be enormous. Let the firm of Williams & Walsh put our experience to work for you so that you and your family can have the opportunity to be fully compensated for the devastating results of someone else’s negligence and recklessness.
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Our free consultation includes an initial meeting with you to discuss your case and review any paperwork you may have relating to your property. Following the initial free consultation, we generally represent and charge clients for our legal services on contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay attorney fees if we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. Our fee, if we are successful, is a percentage of the total compensation we obtain for you. We generally cover all costs while your case is pending which is reimbursed to the firm after the contingency fee is calculated. You are not responsible for reimbursement of costs if there is no recovery.