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What Comes Next After Catastrophic Accident Injuries?

Last updated on June 24, 2024

Catastrophic injuries can happen in a variety of different ways, from car accidents to slips, trips and falls to semi-truck crashes. These life-altering injuries cause a drastic reduction in a victim’s quality of life, their ability to work and more. A catastrophic accident isn’t something that can ever be put in the past – and when those injuries are caused by another party’s negligence, recklessness or willful actions, you and your loved ones deserve as much compensation as possible.

As such, it’s important to obtain every dollar possible from the party responsible for the accident. Since 1939, Farese, Farese, & Farese, P.A., and our team of lawyers have decades of valuable experience to help with your case. We can answer your questions about the legal process or potential compensation sources. We put our clients first and pride ourselves on fighting for their rights in both Oxford, Mississippi and the surrounding areas.

What Are Examples Of Catastrophic Injuries?

Catastrophic injuries are much more serious than broken bones or simple lacerations. They include things such as spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), internal bleeding, disfigurement, amputations, blindness and more.

Car accidents are certainly one of the main ways that catastrophic injuries happen, but they could also happen in:

Outside of motor vehicle crashes, our firm can also handle claims related to:

Any accident can lead to life-altering injuries. It’s crucial to get prompt medical care and to begin looking into all of your legal options when facing high medical bills, permanent disability and similar consequences. It takes an experienced lawyer to identify all possible sources of compensation when cataclysmic injuries and a lifetime of struggles are involved.

Exploring Your Options

If you have suffered catastrophic injuries in North Mississippi or West Tennessee, contact our attorneys at Farese, Farese, & Farese, P.A., today. Call 662-736-1292 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation at one of our offices in Ashland or Oxford.