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Can you help with a catastrophic personal injury in Florida?
I recently received a telephone call from a woman in Tampa who was concerned that her son had suffered a tragic and catastrophic loss. She was obviously very distraught. I wanted to assure her that no matter what her son’s injuries were, we were going to help.
It’s no uncommon unfortunately for many people to be catastrophically injured, especially when you think about accidents on busy roadways like US 19 in Clearwater or 275 in Tampa, the interstate. We’ve seen a lot of these horrific accidents and we’ve seen deep and troubling losses. I always tell my clients that we are prepared to handle your claims when there is a catastrophic loss.
A catastrophic loss is usually marked by a disfiguring injury, lifelong, a permanent loss of a bodily function, whether it’s your ability to walk, or your ability to use your arms, or even your brain if you suffered a traumatic brain injury, and of course, when somebody dies. Those are typically the most common catastrophic losses that we have to deal with. When we want to talk to our clients about how we can help them, we’re going to first focus on trying to minimize whatever loss there is. Obviously, if somebody has passed away, you can’t do anything about that.
The critical part of any catastrophic loss is getting good quality treatment right away. Through my office here in Clearwater, we’re able to coordinate the medical care of our clients so they can get treated by good physicians and start on that long road to recovery. Obviously, if they could get better, not have any losses in the future, that would be wonderful, but many times, people will have to endure these injuries for the rest of their lives.
Our goal with that understanding is that we can’t leave anything on the table. We’ve got to be aggressive in pursuing full compensation, not just for the past medical bills or what you’re dealing with in the moment, but how an injury will affect you the rest of your life. If you’ve lost a loved one, the reality is that loss will never go away. In Florida, you are entitled to full compensation for the grief that you will suffer the rest of your life. That’s what we intend to pursue on your behalf if you have a catastrophic loss.
Please call me. I’m here in Clearwater. We have offices throughout the Clearwater area. We’re here to help you.