When Does An Injury Qualify As ‘Catastrophic’?

You often see this word in personal injury law. It distinguishes extremely serious injuries, with lifelong implications, from those that are serious, but will heal over time.

Catastrophic injuries are the ones that leave you worse off than you were before, forever. They include:

  • Paralysis and other spinal cord injuries
  • Severe burns and disfigurement
  • Injuries to the brain
  • Loss of vision or hearing
  • Damage to internal organs
  • Loss of limbs

Then there are the most catastrophic injuries of all, those that result in death.

Serving Injury Victims In Columbus And Cincinnati, Ohio

The Keating Firm Ltd. accepts all cases that are serious enough to cause you considerable expense. We understand that less serious injuries such as soft-tissue injuries, broken bones and lacerations can cost you dearly, and we are eager to obtain compensation for them.

Catastrophic Injuries Deserve Massive Compensation

But when an injury qualifies as catastrophic, we go to war — because lawyer Brad Keating knows that your life has been significantly changed, for the worse, forever. You will need:

  • Cash to offset lost time from work
  • More cash to pay for extensive and ongoing medical costs
  • Additional cash to compensate you for the emotional misery your injuries have put you through

Long-term injuries require deeper analysis of your future needs. Brad Keating knows how to estimate your expenses well into the future, and we will go after every dollar you deserve.

To discuss your injuries and the compensation you have coming to you, call The Keating Firm Ltd. at 614-254-6215, toll free at 866-836-HURT (4878) or connect with our attorney using this online form.