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What constitutes a catastrophic injury?

  • By admin
  • On April 10, 2017
  • In Catastrophic Injury

Accidents can leave victims with injuries that range from mild to catastrophic. While there is no exact legal definition of what constitutes a catastrophic injury, the law uses specific guidelines when determining the severity of an accident victims injuries. Below is a brief look at catastrophic injuries and how personal injury law may help victims obtain a monetary settlement for their injuries. If you suffered catastrophic injuries in Texas, consider speaking with a Corpus Christi catastrophic injury lawyer for advice.

Causes Of Catastrophic Injuries

Accidents occur in many different ways and can cause injuries that vary in degree. The most common causes of catastrophic injuries that result in personal injury lawsuits include:

  • Commercial Truck Accidents
  • Car Crashes
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Slip And Falls
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Birth Injuries

What Constitutes A Catastrophic Injury ?

A catastrophic injury is one that is so severe it leads to long-term injury or permanent disability. People with catastrophic injuries often need medical care for the rest of their lives.

Proving Negligence

In order to be successful in a personal injury lawsuit, you must be able to prove the accident was due to someone else’s negligence. Some things that may point to negligence include:

  • Speeding
  • Delayed DIagnosis
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Failure To Maintain Prooerty In A Safe Manner
  • Improper Commercial Vehicle Maintenance

If you have sustained disabling injuries due to the negligence of another person or entity in Texas, contact a Corpus Christi catastrophic injury lawyer to discuss all of your legal options. Call J. Reyna Law Firm for a free consultation.

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