Catastrophic Injury

When you have a personal injury it can often be classified as "catastrophic". A catastrophic injury can have a long-term and lasting effect on a person’s life. These injuries often are sudden and naturally unexpected. They can arise from various accidents such as vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, falls and more.

A catastrophic injury goes far beyond your back injuries, broken bones and cases of whiplash. These injuries include brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, paralysis, burns, loss of limbs, blindness and more.

Naturally these injuries dramatically change one’s life. Sufferer’s generally experience a variety of emotions because of these lasting injuries. In addition they often have tremendous financial hardships. Many victims are left unable to work which means constant financial stress. This can be an overwhelming burden. Injuries of this magnitude are a permanent reminder. Your life has been altered and you deserve to be compensated so that you can have peace of mind in knowing your financial needs will be taken care of.

Determining an adequate settlement for these injuries can be difficult but this is another area where the experts at Deutschmann Law have a great deal of knowledge and experience. We have represented numerous clients over the years who have suffered from catastrophic injuries. You’ve already suffered enough. You don’t need to added stress that the often confusing legal system can bring. That is why we are here to represent you.

We understand the Canadian legal system and the complexities of catastrophic injuries. Our success and reputation speak volumes for who we are and what we can do for our clients. Personal injury is devastating enough but recovering doesn’t have to be. At Deutschmann Law we take personal injury seriously. Every case is important to us because you and your health and well-being are important to us.

Contact us today to set up your free consultation.

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Practice Areas

  1. Car accidents
  2. Motorcycle accidents
  3. Automobile accident benefits
  4. Catastrophic injury
  5. Brain injury
  6. Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
  7. Spinal cord injury
  8. Drunk driving accidents
  9. Concussion syndrome
  1. Wrongful death
  2. Bicycle accidents
  3. Disability insurance claims
  4. Slip and fall injury
  5. Fractures or broken bone injury
  6. Pedestrian accidents
  7. Chronic pain
  8. Truck accidents
  9. Amputation and disfigurement

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