How Can a Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Help You?
A serious, debilitating injury can life-changing effects on both the victim and his or her family. If your family has been impacted by a tragic accident, you may be entitled to compensation to help cope with the aftermath. A catastrophic injury lawyer from the Denver, CO, area law firm of Vigil & Alford can offer legal assistance that can make a difference.
Our injury attorneys are compassionate and dedicated, with the knowledge and experience to secure your maximum settlement or courtroom award. If you or your family is struggling with a catastrophic injury, please contact us for a consultation in Edgewater or Colorado Springs, CO, today.
About Catastrophic Injury Accidents
In legal terms, a catastrophic injury is any injury that has permanent consequences that may prevent the victim from executing gainful employment. There may be restricted movement, functional impairments, or cognitive deficits. Common catastrophic injuries include spinal cord injuries (paralysis), traumatic brain injuries, extensive burn injuries, disfiguring injuries, blindness, or loss of limbs.
In many cases, a devastating injury can result from the negligent, careless, or intentional act of another person or entity. This kind of injury is most often seen in severe motor vehicle accidents, but can also occur in a serious slip and fall accident, a dog attack, or as the result of a criminal act. Some cases of spinal or brain injury can be attributed to medical malpractice or product liability, such as when prescription drugs are involved.
When we take your case, you can rest assured we will leave no stone unturned. We look carefully at every aspect of the accident, examining relevant evidence, interviewing witnesses, and establishing liability.
Catastrophic injuries sometimes mean the victim will need lifelong care and medical treatment. A family provider may not be able to work or a homemaker may be unable to take care of children. There may be a need for at-home medical equipment and other costly accommodations. Modifications to the home and vehicle may be necessary to accommodate wheelchairs or other devices. The pain can be physical as well as profoundly emotional for the victim and his or her family members.
How Vigil & Alford Can Help
If your injury occurs because of something someone else did (or neglected to do), you may have a civil case. Many catastrophic injury victims have been awarded significant compensation. A personal injury settlement or jury award can provide coverage for medical costs and lost wages as well as compensation for pain and suffering and anticipated future losses.
Jimmy Vigil and Kim Alford Everette are successful personal injury and wrongful death attorneys with years of experience in Colorado civil courts. Together, they have secured monetary recoveries for past clients that reach well into the multi-million dollar range.
At Vigil & Alford, we believe victims and families are entitled to full restitution for losses incurred because of the careless, reckless, or intentional act of another party. When we take your case, you can rest assured we will leave no stone unturned. We look carefully at every aspect of the accident, examining relevant evidence, interviewing witnesses, and establishing liability.
We also work to ensure your damages are fully demonstrated, including losses and expenses that are expected to be ongoing. If necessary, we can secure the help of qualified expert witnesses to analyze and clarify evidence in your case.
Protect Your Long-Term Interests
Representing plaintiffs only, our firm handles all types of accident cases involving severe injuries, including whiplash, broken bones, and much more. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured, an attorney can meet you at your home or accident scene. Please call our Colorado Springs office at (719) 632-4333 or our Edgewater office at (303) 756-9935. You can also contact us online. Se habla español.
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