Danbury Serious Injuries Attorney
Fighting for the Injured & Harmed for 40 Years
Legally speaking, there are different classes of injuries. Most injuries fall into the less severe class: injuries that are harmful and painful, but ultimately can be healed. However, some injuries are what’s known as “catastrophic”—injuries which are life-changing, that leave the victim unable to move, work, or function in the same way they did before.
Catastrophic injuries include:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Severe burns
- Brain injuries
- Strokes or heart attacks
Each of these injuries are ultimately permanent, requiring months or years of medical treatment and rehabilitation before life goes back to normal. Even when neurological injuries “heal” within a few months, people are left with limited function for years after the injury. As a result, these injuries incur far larger costs—and demand higher amounts of compensation in court.
The losses common to most catastrophic injuries include economic and non-economic damages:
- Medical treatment
- Lost wages
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of quality of life
- Lower earning ability
- Emotional pain and suffering / mental anguish
- Social isolation
While some of these may seem like strange things to include monetary compensation for, studies show that there’s a tangible health cost to social isolation, loss of consortium, and lower quality of life. When someone has to adjust to the trauma and heartbreak of a catastrophic injury, they shouldn’t be subjected to the stress of making an income or providing for themselves. Our team helps make sure our clients receive the financial stability they need to move forward.
Call Jowdy & Jowdy for a Free Consultation: (203) 792-1677
If you’ve been catastrophically injured, you deserve to have an attorney who understands what you’re facing—who has led people through similar situations before. Jowdy & Jowdy has been fighting for seriously injured people and their families since 1976. We have developed the strategies, resources, and means to maximize verdicts and settlements and make sure our clients get what they need for the rest of their lives.
Call (203) 792-1677 or contact us online to learn about your legal options and hold your wrongdoers accountable in court. Schedule a free consultation today.