HAS A CATASTROPHIC INJURY CHANGED YOUR LIFE?
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.: Catastrophic Injury Lawyers in Maine &
An unexpected injury can be physically, emotionally, and financially disastrous
for an individual and their family. Everything can change in the blink
of an eye; people who were once healthy and active may no longer be able
to work, go to school, care for their children, or perform their day-to-day
routines. This situation can be overwhelmingly difficult and frustrating,
especially knowing that an accident was caused by someone else’s
carelessness and that it never should have happened.
In times like these, you have the right to pursue justice for the wrongs
committed against you. The
Maine catastrophic injury lawyers at Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. are dedicated to helping victims of serious,
life-altering injuries obtain the compensation they both need and deserve.
You may be able to obtain financial compensation for some of the following
economic and non-economic damages:
- Past and future medical bills
- Rehabilitative care
- Lost wages
- Lost earning capacity
- Loss of enjoyment
- Pain and suffering
It is a gross injustice that you should have to suffer the financial repercussions
of a wrongful catastrophic injury. You have suffered enough already; allow
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. to fight for the maximum amount of compensation
to which you are entitled to ensure your future care and wellbeing.
Common Types & Causes of Catastrophic Injuries
A catastrophic injury usually occurs suddenly and often results in major
changes to a person’s life. Often, people who sustain catastrophic
injuries are not able to return to work. Catastrophic injuries can take
many forms, but some of the most common types include:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Loss of a limb
- Internal organ damage
- Severe thermal or chemical burns
Catastrophic injuries usually occur as a result of a workplace accident,
motor vehicle accident, or even medical malpractice. These injuries can be either partially or
fully disabling depending on their complexity. For example, spinal cord
damage could result in paralysis. A severe TBI could affect the way a
person is able to think, speak, and interact with people. Some of these
conditions may require extensive long-term care, which means significant
medical bills. Holding the person or entity responsible for your accident
accountable for their negligence can help you get the money you need to
cover your bills and provide for your family.
Ready to Take Legal Action? Call Today for a Free Consultation
When dealing with the aftermath of a serious accident, legal action can
understandably be the last thing on your mind. It is our goal to help
make the process as smooth as possible for you. You can trust in our team’s
ability to fight tenaciously for the money you deserve. We are prepared
to exhaust all available options to help secure justice on your behalf.
Please give Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. a call as soon as possible to receive
your free consultation, or
click here to fill out our online form.