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Catastrophic Injuries At Webb, Stokes & Sparks, we understand how devastating a catastrophic injury can be. Catastrophic injury victims and their families are left with costly medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses due to another person’s negligence. Our San Angelo catastrophic injury attorneys are dedicated to holding negligent parties accountable and helping you recover the compensation you deserve.

Catastrophic Accidents and Injury

Protecting Your Rights After a Life-Altering Incident

The term “catastrophic injury” can describe any injury that results in a complete disruption of the injury victim’s health and way of life. This may include brain injuries, burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, and broken bones. When a person sustains a catastrophic injury, they may lose function of a limb or organ, or be unable to work or enjoy certain activities for the rest of their life.

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What to Do After a Catastrophic Accident

After a catastrophic accident, a victim must receive medical care right away. Urgent medical treatment can be the difference between management of an injury and disaster.

To begin building a catastrophic injury case, save every piece of evidence you have related to you or your loved one’s injuries. This may include medical bills and other invoices, employment documents, records of treatment, photographs, and more. Our catastrophic injury lawyers in San Angelo can help you build your case.

Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries can result from many different types of accidents — any incident, unfortunately, has the potential to be catastrophic if the conditions allow such a disaster to occur.

Some of the most common causes of catastrophic injuries are:

What Happens to a Lawsuit If My Loved One Dies After Filing A Catastrophic Injury Claim?

Sadly, catastrophic injuries are often fatal. We offer our condolences if your loved one has died as the result of a catastrophic accident. We can advise you if the deceased filed a claim before they passed away.

In most cases, the heir of the deceased will “inherit” a lawsuit and carry on the claim after the victim’s death. The heir can designate another party to carry on the suit as well. The lawsuit may now qualify as a wrongful death claim, and the family of the deceased could be entitled to additional damages.

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