You may have a personal injury case if you:
- Sustained an injury
- Have incurred medical expenses
- Your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence
If you believe you have a case, get in touch with our office for a free case review. We are here to listen to your story and provide information about your options.
What is a Catastrophic Injury?
Catastrophic injuries are serious and have lasting consequences. Traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, burn injuries, and amputations are some examples of severe injuries that can require both emergency and sustained medical care. These types of severe injuries often prevent a person from working, and impact every aspect of life.
Unlike a minor injury, catastrophic injuries can forever change your abilities and capacities. These injuries can necessitate painful and invasive medical procedures that may not be possible to recover from fully.
If your injury has the potential to cause long-term struggles, it is a good idea to speak with a lawyer who can explain your rights. Talking to an attorney before you accept an offer from an insurance company can help to protect you from accepting less than your injury demands.
What if I’m Unsure?
It can be challenging to tell if your claim could benefit from legal action. Even things that may seem “minor” can have lasting consequences and it’s not always possible to predict how an injury will impact future comfort and abilities. Discussing your accident with a qualified attorney can help you determine the best course forward.
The personal injury attorneys at Johnson & Biscone have decades of combined experience. We take time to listen and understand the needs of each person. We are here to provide detailed and actionable information about your options and the best course for your claim.
Please call our Oklahoma City office at 405-232-6490 to schedule a complimentary case review and learn more about your rights.