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Catastrophic Injuries
 
Injuries are classified as catastrophic when they result in serious medical procedures or are life threatening in nature. If you have experienced an injury that is classified as catastrophic, you could find yourself burdened with medical bills, lost wages and a diminished earning capacity that could cost you money in the present, as well as the future.
 
Types of catastrophic injuries
 
Certain injuries that can be deemed catastrophic and that David McQuade Leibowitz is able to help with include:
 
Brain Injuries
 
Brain injuries can happen when there is a severe blow to the head or a sudden impact. Head injuries can range from cuts and bumps to bruises, concussions, and skull fractures. Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability in children and adolescents across the nation, and these cases must be taken seriously.
 
Spinal Cord Injuries
 
Most spinal cord injuries start with a blow that fractures or dislocates your vertebrae, which are the bony disks that make up your spine. Many spinal cord injuries result in paralysis below the point of the injury, but incomplete paralysis allows for some movement and sensation below the injury. Any spinal cord injury is considered to be a medical emergency and usually results in long-term effects.
 
Neck and Back Injuries
 
Trauma to the neck and back can lead to spinal cord injuries and permanent disability as well. These injuries can happen in a car accident, truck accident, or any other type of incident where the injury victim moves suddenly or is thrown around.
 
Broken Bones
 
Depending on the location and severity of the break, a broken one can change a person’s life for months or even years. Broken bones may damage surrounding tissue, veins or organs. Even a minor break can have long-term consequences.
 
Burn Injuries
 
Burns are one of the most painful and scarring catastrophic injuries that someone can suffer. Regardless of whether you have suffered a first, second or third degree burn, you should take action to see if you have the right to seek compensation for your pain and suffering.
 
Amputations
 
Losing a foot, hand or other limb can change your life. The victims of amputations may no longer be able to work in their chosen profession and may need expensive prosthetic devices in order to function in their everyday life. This is one of the reasons why it is so important to seek legal counsel if you have suffered an injury that leads to an amputation. David McQuade Leibowitz can help you during this challenging time.
 
Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
 
Some spinal cord injuries can lead to paraplegia or quadriplegia, which in turn can bring about tremendous expenses for medical car and equipment. Paraplegia and quadriplegia can either be complete or incomplete, meaning that there is either no function or feeling below the spinal cord injury, or some function below the injury point.
 
As you can see, these injuries are some of the most dangerous and costly injuries that a person can suffer and live through. Catastrophic injury cases must not be taken lightly, and you can rest assured knowing that justice will be pursued on your behalf when you work with David McQuade Leibowitz.
 
At The Law Offices of David McQuade Leibowitz, P.C., David McQuade Leibowitz understands that these injuries are not just inconvenient, but also a tremendous strain – both emotionally and financially – on victims and their families. For this reason, it is imperative that you work with a legal team that you can trust to go the extra mile in order to look after your best interests and fight to obtain full and fair compensation on your behalf.
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