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Catastrophic Injury Lawyer In Georgia (GA) - Montlick & Associates

Helping Those With the Most Serious of Injuries Throughout Georgia (GA)

Catastrophic injuries are so serious that they leave the victim with long lasting or permanent impairments. Often, catastrophic injuries impact the brain or spinal cord, but they can also affect any part of the body. Those who suffer a catastrophic injury can find that their life has been changed in an instant. Catastrophic injuries can stem from car accidents, truck accidents, sports injuries, medical negligence, slip and falls, and more. Accident victims will often be left with considerable medical costs, serious disability, and reduced or even lack of earning capacity, making catastrophic injuries some of the costliest injuries an accident victim can suffer. Those injured due to the negligence of another individual or company can normally seek compensation for their immense losses.

The Georgia catastrophic injury lawyers at Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, assist victims of serious accidents in seeking the compensation they deserve from the party responsible. Our firm helps injured victims across Georgia and in the Southeast. We understand the tremendous affects that a catastrophic injury can have on you and your family’s life. Our catastrophic injuries at Montlick & Associates can review the facts and circumstances surrounding your injury to provide you with an assessment of your legal rights as well as what steps are necessary to protect those rights.

Types of Catastrophic Injuries in Georgia

Catastrophic injuries are legally defined as injuries that result in long-term or permanent disability or disfigurement. Such injuries differ significantly from other classes of injuries because they do not rapidly heal and cannot be cured with a short hospital stay or minor surgery. Types of catastrophic injuries include, among others:

  • Deafness
  • Organ damage that requires ongoing treatment
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Burns and disfigurement
  • Blindness
  • Traumatic brain injuries impairing your memory, motor skills, or cognitive functioning
  • Nerve damage
  • Paralysis
  • Traumatic amputation
  • Bone fractures that impact mobility

This is just a partial list of some possible catastrophic injuries. There are many other injuries that may meet the definition of catastrophic depending on their severity and anticipated long-term effects. Our firm will review your injuries and medical records to assess the seriousness of your condition as well as whether you can pursue a claim for your damages.

Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries in Georgia

Catastrophic injuries can be caused by a wide array of accidents or intentional misconduct. Often, these accidents are rooted in negligence on the part of another individual or company. Potential causes of catastrophic injuries include, among others:

  • Workplace accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Recreational vehicle accidents, such as boats, ATVs, etc.
  • Slip/trip and falls
  • Medical malpractice
  • Dangerous products

No matter the cause of your catastrophic injury, the knowledgeable catastrophic injury lawyers at Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, are here to help. With our firm’s over 35 years of experience in the industry, we offer our catastrophic injury clients in Georgia the dedicated assistance they need to maximize the value of their cases under the law.

Catastrophic Personal Injury Claims in Georgia

If you have been injured due to negligence in Georgia, you can normally pursue a personal injury claim against the individual or company that caused your injuries. If the accident was fatal, the family members of the deceased individual may be able to file a wrongful death and survivor action. The success of your claim will turn on several factors, one of the most important of which is usually negligence. Negligence is defined as the failure to exercise reasonable care, resulting in damage or injury to another. Moreover, negligence can be difficult to prove and can, depending on the nature of the case, require interviewing witnesses, reviewing police reports, reconstructing the accident, and more.

Catastrophic Injury Damages Under Georgia Law

Damages in your catastrophic injury case will likely depend on several factors, including the extent of your injuries, your ongoing losses, and the strength of liability. Catastrophic injury claims will also likely involve considerable damages, including, among others:

  • Current and future medical expenses
  • Current and future lost wages
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Surgical expenses
  • Ongoing disability
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages depending on whether the defendant was grossly negligent

Georgia Statute of Limitations for Catastrophic Injury Claims

After an accident, you have a limited time within which to file a claim against the party that caused your injuries. This is known as the statute of limitations, and it varies by state. Contact our catastrophic injury lawyers at Montlick and Associates for more information about your rights and options.

Put Our Law Firm’s Over 35 Years of Legal Experience to Work For You!

At Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, we understand how devastating a catastrophic injury can be for your entire family, resulting in staggering medical expenses, long term or permanent disability, lost income, Pain and Suffering, and more. Our Georgia Catastrophic Injury Lawyers at Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, offer a free consultation to evaluate your legal rights and options.

No matter where you are located our catastrophic injury attorneys in Georgia are just a phone call away, and we will even come to you. Call us 24 hours a day/7 days a week for your Free Consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). You can also use our Free Case Evaluation Form or 24-hour Live Chat.

Please Note:
All information provided by our blogs is general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Consult a Montlick attorney for details about your unique situation.