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Catastrophic Injury Lawyer

Get compensated for your injury with the help of top-rated Catastrophic Injury lawyers.

Putting Your Faith in The G Law Group Pays Off

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According to the insurance Research Council, injury victims who hire personal injury lawyers get 350% more in compensation than those injured persons who do not hire a lawyer.

Of all injury cases that insurance companies do settle, 85% of these claims are comprised of people that are represented by injury lawyers.

We offer a 100% guarantee: if we don't win your personal injury case, you pay us nothing in fees.  Our injured clients know that putting your faith in The G Law Group pays off. 

Major accidents can cause significant life-altering injuries, depriving victims of the ability to provide for themselves and their loved ones. When this happens, those responsible must be held accountable.  At The G Law Group, we represent people whose lives have been changed by catastrophic injuries and fight to hold those responsible, accountable.

The long-term needs of accident victims and their dependents are our primary concern.  We prepare and present thoroughly researched comprehensive claims that factor in your long-term medical care, physical rehabilitation, life-care, lost wages, and pain/suffering.

Our catastrophic injury lawyers have the resources and experience to handle large-scale, complex litigation against any big corporation or transnational conglomerate.  We specialize in catastrophic injury claims involving car accidents and truck accidents, defective products, medical malpractice, amusement park ride injuries, and helicopter accidents.

What Is a Catastrophic Injury?

A catastrophic injury is a broad term used to encompass a set of injuries that severely impact a person’s mobility, cognitive ability, nervous system, limp functions, or other important bodily functions.

Catastrophic injuries generally include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Brain injuries – concussions, head trauma, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), brain damage

  • Burn injuries – chemical burns and fire injuries

  • Blunt force trauma

  • Loss of a limb or amputation

  • Compression fractures

  • Hearing loss

  • Vision loss

  • Organ failure – heart, liver, central nervous system

  • Mesothelioma or other occupational illness

  • Facial injury that causes deformity

  • Disfigurement

  • Permanent scarring

  • Nerve damage

  • Spinal cord injuries - broken back, severed spinal cord, paralysis injuries, paraplegia, quadriplegia

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Common Questions About Catastrophic Injuries

It is understandable to have many questions after suffering a catastrophic injury. Below are just some of the frequently asked questions we receive from clients.  

What Can People with Catastrophic Injuries Seek Compensation For?

When someone else’s negligence causes a person to sustain catastrophic injuries, the injured person may be entitled to seek compensation from any responsible party. If you have sustained catastrophic injuries, then you may be entitled to seek compensation for hospitalization, medical expenses, rehabilitative care, pain and suffering, and lost wages. Since catastrophic injuries tend to be permanent, a person can also seek compensation for loss of future earning capacity, future medical care, life care, and future pain and suffering.

Who Is Liable for Catastrophic Injuries?

Any individual, employer, corporation, or entity that acted negligently can be held liable for catastrophic injuries. For example, if a property developer failed to provide a safe working environment for construction workers, they could be liable for catastrophic injuries sustained on the job-site. If an amusement park operator failed to ensure that its rides were reasonably maintained, then the park operator could be liable for injuries you experienced while on the ride.  Or even a third scenario, if you suffered chemical or electrical burns due to your employer’s failure to provide you with adequate protective equipment, then your employer may be liable for your catastrophic injuries.  These are only a few examples of incidents that can result in catastrophic injuries.

Sometimes finding out who is truly liable for your injuries may be a difficult question that requires in-depth investigation and research.  That is why our catastrophic injury lawyers focus on quickly ascertaining any responsible parties.  We have the experience and resources needed to hold all culpable parties financially responsible for your catastrophic injuries.

I suffered catastrophic injuries on someone else’s property, but I don’t want to sue them. What can I do?

Not wanting to sue a property owner is understandable, especially if you have a good relationship with them, aside from this incident. Thankfully, you can file a claim for your catastrophic injuries with the property owner’s insurance instead. While litigation may be required if the insurance company is refusing to offer fair compensation, any legal action would only be taken with your express authorization.  Our catastrophic injury lawyers can walk you through the entire claims process before you make the decision to move forward. 


Every case is unique.  How much compensation someone can receive will depend on a myriad of factors, including the severity of the injury, other party’s negligence, extent of prior medical treatment, and the need for future care.  Our catastrophic injury lawyers can help you seek compensation for things like hospital bills, physical therapy, speech therapy, cognitive therapy, occupational therapy, lost wages, pain and suffering, and reduced earning capacity.

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The cost of long-term care typically needed when a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury tends to be significant.  This is why you need an experienced team of catastrophic injury lawyers to help you prepare a comprehensive claim and fight for the compensation you deserve. Call (305) 709-8877 to speak with one of our skilled catastrophic injury lawyers today. You can also fill out the contact form below for a free case evaluation.  We do not charge a penny in fees, unless we get just compensation for your catastrophic injuries!

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