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Farmington Hills Catastrophic Injury Lawyer

Info about Catastrophic Injuries in Michigan

A catastrophic injury is defined as one that it is life-threatening or one that leaves a person permanently disabled. These can have long-lasting consequences—placing permanent hardship and stress on the victim. This type of damage can be caused by a number of different things, including all kinds of accidents, medical malpractice, dangerous drugs, and other errors. If you or a loved one has been critically hurt by someone else's careless behavior, then you need to take swift legal action. That person deserves to pay for the actions and personal injury lawyer Jon Abrahams is ready to fight to make sure that happens! He can help you prove that your offender did not act in a reasonable or safe manner, and therefore should be liable.

Types of Injuries in Farmington Hills

There are several different kinds of injuries that are usually classified as catastrophic. The following are a synopsis of the most common:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): If the brain tissue is severely jerked or the skull shatters from force, then a person may incur serious brain injury. This can cause decreased mental and physical abilities, and sometimes even death. Victims who lose consciousness at the time of their injury, experience headaches, nausea, mood change, difficulty sleeping, and lack of motor coordination may have a TBI injury.

  • Spinal Cord Injuries: The spinal cord is a very important part of the body that sends information to all of its parts. Damages to the spinal cord can have drastic consequences such as paralysis or other varying degrees of inhibited movements. Accidents victims should be alerted to this type of injury if they are experiencing any type of numbness or sensation loss, and any uncontrollable muscle movements.

  • Amputations: An amputation occurs when a limb is so extremely damaged, that it must be removed from the body. Traumatic amputations from accidents are rare, but usually happen from medical complications when they do occur.

  • Birth Injury: During the delivery of a child, complications can sometimes arise from the position of the baby or the speed of the birth. Medical staff does not always follow proper procedure or are not adequately trained in how to handle a particular situation, resulting in wounds to the baby or mother.

  • Internal Organ Damage: Excessive force during an accident may initiate internal bleeding of a victim's organs. This can be from the blunt force trauma itself, or from a bone that was dislodged and punctured the organs. Symptoms may involve visceral pain, drowsiness, loss of consciousness, and memory loss.

  • Burn Injuries: Skin injuries caused by extreme heat from fires, chemicals or even x-rays can be incredibly painful. The skin may be intensely scarred or even have to be amputated because of the seriousness of a burn. Burns can be classified from first degree, which are superficial burns, to fourth-degree, which extend to the bone and tissue.

Searching for a reliable personal injury lawyer?

If you or someone you love has incurred a life-threatening injury, then you need a personal injury lawyer. Get Abrahams Law on your side! As a personal injury attorney, I make myself available day or night to advise you on the best course of action. I put the needs of my clients first, which is why I will give every one of them personal attention. My firm is committed to making sure that the lives of victims are rebuilt and wrongs are righted.

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