Catastrophic Accidents and Injury

At the law office of Webb, Stokes & Sparks we work with people who have suffered serious injuries and families grieving the loss of a loved one due to the negligent or reckless actions of another. We help people secure the financial resources they need to move forward with life after the trauma of injury and loss.

This has been the exclusive focus of our law firm for more than 50 years. It is all we do. By concentrating all of our efforts on this one objective-your financial recovery-we have developed considerable understanding of the needs of injured people and the legal challenges they face.

Our clients include people who have suffered:

Closed head injuries and traumatic brain injuries, resulting in memory loss, depression, anxiety, cognitive loss, headaches, loss of balance, loss of ability and personality changes. Some of our brain injury clients are permanently disabled and no longer able to work in jobs they once held. Some of our client families must make considerable, ongoing adjustments to help their loved one function in a new way.

Back injuries and broken bones in the back; these injuries result in constant, debilitating pain, difficulty walking, sitting, or standing, loss of motion and loss of strength in arms or legs. Our clients often need continuing physical therapy and pain management. They may need to find new work if they can no longer do the work they once did because of pain.

Spinal cord injuries and paralysis (paraplegia or quadriplegia), often resulting from falls or car accidents, can make even the most simple tasks of walking, eating, even breathing on one's own impossible. Our spinal cord injury clients and their families require considerable understanding and support as they rebuild their lives.

Serious Help for a Serious Injury

Our attorneys represent people who have sustained serious, life-altering injuries through accidents, such as:

One of the most important steps in a personal injury case involving catastrophic injuries (such as brain damage or amputation) is documenting the complete extent of current injury and disability, as well as estimating future functioning, future needs and future ability to work. Our experienced serious injury attorneys consult with medical and rehabilitation experts to develop a strong case to ensure clients receive the compensation they need today and into the future.

Contact our office to schedule a free initial consultation if you or a family member has sustained a serious injury. Learn more about how we can help you get the full financial recovery you deserve.