Catastrophic Injuries Lawyers Miami FL
Seeking Compensation For Catastrophic Injuries
Catastrophic injuries are life-altering. If these injuries were the result of an accident in which the other party was negligent, you could be entitled to compensation. This money could help you cover costs associated with medical bills, physical therapy, property damage and lost wages as well as disability and pain and suffering.
At the Florida law firm of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A., our lawyers have more than 50 years of combined experience helping individuals who have been affected by catastrophic injuries. We serve clients in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and in communities throughout Florida.
Give us a call today to set up a free evaluation to talk about your specific situation and your legal options.
IS YOUR INJURY LIFE-ALTERING?
An injury is life-altering if it affects:
Our top priority is our clients’ well-being. When you call our firm, we will carefully investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident. By paying close attention to each detail, we are able to set realistic expectations for our clients. We will fight for your rights so you can have hope for a better future.
FAQ About Brain Injuries
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury in an accident caused by another party, contact catastrophic injuries lawyers Miami, FL trusts from Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. today. We can evaluate your case and determine what type of financial compensation you may be entitled to for the losses your injury has caused you to suffer, as well as any future losses.
According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 30 percent of all fatal injuries are the result of brain injuries, accounting for more than 100 deaths every day. Although most brain injuries are not fatal, the truth is that even a minor brain injury can leave a victim with long-term or permanent medical issues. Anyone who suffers an injury to the head should seek medical attention immediately, even if they think it is only a minor injury. Even a minor injury can quickly escalate into serious symptoms. Your next step should be calling one of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A.’s catastrophic injuries lawyers that Miami, FL relies on in these situations.
What Are the Common Causes of Brain Injuries?
A victim can suffer a brain injury in many different ways, however, the two most frequent causes of brain injuries are slip and fall accidents and vehicle accidents. Slip and falls are the number cause of brain injuries, accounting for approximately half of brain injuries that are suffered each year. Miami, Florida catastrophic injuries lawyers are ready to help if you or a loved one experienced an accident that had catastrophic consequences.
Senior citizens are especially vulnerable to slip and fall accidents. CDC statistics show that about 80 percent of victims who are hospitalized for brain injuries, suffer long-term injury, or die from slip and fall accident injures are elderly.
The second cause of brain injury, causing approximately 15 percent of all documented injuries each year, are vehicle crashes. Despite the development of air bags and other safety systems in new vehicles, head and brain injuries continue to be one of the leading types of catastrophic injury in crashes. In fact, many concussions in crashes are caused by the deployment of the airbag upon crash impact.
The long-term issues and symptoms caused by brain injuries can be life-altering, even if the injury itself is not a severe one. For example, many victims of minor brain injuries suffer from painful, chronic headaches, vision problems, and light sensitivity. These symptoms can endure for weeks or months. Some victims are left dealing with these issues for years, making everyday life activities difficult.
When the injury is a serious to severe one, the impact on a victim’s life – and the lives of their family – can be devastating, resulting in brain damage and other neurological functions. Catastrophic injuries lawyers in Miami, FL want to help you get compensation for these injuries.
Whatever the severity, many brain injury victims end up with serious medical expenses from treatments, loss of income from being able to work while they recover, pain and suffering, emotional anguish, and a variety of other losses, both economic and noneconomic.
When the accident that caused the brain injury is the result of the negligence of someone else, the victim can sue for financial compensation for all of their losses. Contact catastrophic injuries lawyers Miami, FL relies on from Needle & Ellenberg today to find out what legal options you may have.
CONTACT THE LAW FIRM OF NEEDLE & ELLENBERG, P.A., FOR A FREE EVALUATION
To discuss your legal issue with our Miami serious injuries attorneys, contact our firm by calling (305) 530-0000 or 877-810-2864. Or, if you prefer, email us.