Individuals who experience a catastrophic injury often face significant lifestyle changes. They may be unable to resume their lives as they knew them before the accident, which could mean they can no longer earn a living to support themselves or provide for their families if they were the primary breadwinner.
If a person suffers a catastrophic injury due to the negligence or recklessness of another individual or entity, they may be entitled to financial compensation. This can help cover their medical expenses and other costs associated with their injury.
Why is Having Chapman & Bowling on Your Side Important?
At Chapman & Bowling, we understand that preparing and presenting cases for trial is crucial, particularly in instances involving severe personal injuries. Our team of dedicated personal injury attorneys takes a comprehensive approach to building robust cases for our clients. By engaging experts, conducting meticulous investigations, and fighting for just compensation, we help our clients move forward after sustaining significant injuries.
Insurance companies, hospitals and corporations do not want to pay you for your loss. We are fully prepared to take the case to trial. Our proven track record in court demonstrates our capability and commitment to pursuing compensation at all costs and a fact that is well-recognized by insurers and corporations alike. Without the credible threat of trial, these companies will never take responsibility for your losses and disabilities. Rest assured, at Chapman & Bowling, we fight every day for our clients and make that promise to you.
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Maryland Personal Injury Lawyers
What is a Catastrophic Injury?
A catastrophic injury refers to any injury sustained in an accident that causes irreversible damage to the body. Some examples of catastrophic injuries include:
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Paralysis / Spinal Cord Injuries
Loss of Sight