Suffering From a Catastrophic Injury?

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In a single second, your life can be changed forever. Brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, or even burns can happen in a moment and can alter your entire life. If you or a family member is suffering from a catastrophic personal injury, you may need a catastrophic personal injury lawyer from our Santa Rosa offices. Our personal injury lawyer can protect your rights and ultimately help you recover any compensation.

Why should I choose a catastrophic personal injury lawyer from Santa Rosa?

When you walk through our door, our undivided attention is entirely on you. We will get the answers you deserve while pursuing your catastrophic personal injury case 100%. From chemical burns to amputations, you deserve the appropriate amount of compensation. However, insurance companies have earned a reputation of trying to keep their claims to a minimum. 

 

The catastrophic personal injury lawyers, from Flahavan Law Offices, have built their careers on fighting against insurance companies in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County and beyond. With a proven record of excellence, the personal injury lawyers at Flahavan Law Offices are dedicated to ensuring you and your family are financially secured both in the present and future.

Catastrophic personal claims can involve the following:

  • Chemical or electrical burns
  • Internal injuries
  • Auto Accident injuries
  • Amputations
  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal cord trauma

What Is a Catastrophic Injury?

Catastrophic injuries are serious, often life-altering injuries that may prevent a person from working or enjoying life. Many accident survivors with catastrophic injuries require extensive medication, physical therapy, mental health counseling and even home or vehicle modifications.

It is not uncommon for a person with a catastrophic injury to suffer millions of dollars in damages over the course of their lifetime. For this reason, it is extremely important to contact an attorney if you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury due to the negligence of another party. Give yourself the best chance of obtaining compensation that can help cover some of your damages.

What Are Examples of Catastrophic Injuries in California?

Catastrophic injuries may prevent a person from being able to work, enjoy personal or romantic relationships, or live alone. Common examples of catastrophic injuries include:

  • Spinal cord injuries and resulting paralysis
  • Brain injuries, including severe concussions
  • Severe burns and resulting disfigurement
  • Amputation of one or more limbs
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

In California, catastrophic injuries are injuries that prevent people from returning to gainful employment. The physical and mental conditions above can very easily prevent a person from being able to carry out even basic duties.

Can I Sue for a Catastrophic Injury?

Under the right circumstances, you or an affected family member may be able to recover compensation after suffering a catastrophic injury. If another party’s negligence or inaction caused your or your loved one’s injury, then you may have a case. The best way to determine what your legal options are is to speak with an experienced California personal injury attorney.

 

California has a pure comparative negligence rule, meaning that if you or your loved one shared fault for the wreck, it could reduce the amount of compensation you receive. It is important to pick a personal injury attorney who has experience handling cases involving serious injuries.

 

Many attorneys who handle catastrophic injury cases work with medical experts and other professionals to help their clients assess the true value of their damages. An experienced attorney can protect evidence, possibly uncover new evidence, and may also negotiate a settlement on your behalf. If your attorney cannot reach a settlement, then it may be necessary to take your case to trial.

 

A settlement or jury verdict is extremely important for crash survivors with catastrophic injuries. Compensation can help pay for damages associated with the injury, like an inability to work or medical bills.

Schedule a free initial consultation about your case by calling Attorney Brian Flahavan at (707) 414-0119, or contact him online.

Why Hire Brian?

  • Over 20 Years of Experience Serving Sonoma County
  • Personalized Approach to Each Case
  • 100% Focused on Civil Litigation Cases
  • Tens of Millions of Dollars Recovered on Behalf of Clients
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Our Case Results

With over 20 years of experience and a track record of outstanding results, you can count on our firm to help you get the best possible outcome for you and your family. We will take a tailored approach to your case, keeping you informed along the way while fighting for the compensation you need and deserve.

  • $10,000,000
    Judgement for sexual harassment and assault at restaurant in Tiburon, California.
  • $7,000,000
    Wrongful death and injury claims stemming from a fire in Mendocino County, California.
  • $3 Million $3,000,000
    Auto v. Motorcycle injury claim including union worker in Sonoma County, California.
  • $1,100,000
    Dog bite from neighbor’s dog resulting in foot and ankle injuries and surgery.
  • $1 Million $1,000,000
    Truck v. Bicycle accident resulting in multiple fractures and abrasions in Stockton, California.
  • $525,000
    Loading dock accident resulting in broken arm in Santa Rosa, California.
  • $500 Thousand $500,000
    Auto accident resulting in spine injuries in Cotati, California.
  • $475,000
    Trip and fall case when cable television installers failed to mark hole in ground in Rohnert Park, California.
  • $465 Thousand $465,000
    Auto accident caused by Disability Transportation Services vehicle resulting in back and neck injuries to passenger.
  • $423,000
    injury from defective ladder causing injury to a thumb and need for surgery in Petaluma, California.
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When Should I Speak With an Injury Attorney?

Your first step after a medical accident should be to receive medical attention. Certain types of injuries, including catastrophic injuries, may not present with symptoms until hours or days after the crash. Delayed injuries are a possible risk after even a minor accident.

Furthermore, you establish evidence of your injuries by seeking medical care. This could come in handy later should you decide to file a claim or lawsuit.

After seeking medical attention, it is time to consider speaking with a personal injury attorney.

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