Macon Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Receive Quality Legal Counsel with Adams, Jordan & Herrington, P.C.
If your loved one is suffering from a catastrophic injury due to negligence, you should seek the counsel of an attorney as soon as possible; you may be entitled to receive compensation for the losses you’ve suffered. As experienced Macon catastrophic injury attorneys, we’ve encountered challenging cases, and are proud of our ability to successfully handle complex litigation.
We understand that a catastrophic injury has resulted in an entirely new way of life for you and your family, and this is why we offer a customized approach to each case we represent. With an ethnically diverse group of legal professionals and a proven track record of success, we’re fully equipped to handle the challenges of your case.
Common Catastrophic Injuries
A catastrophic injury is life-changing. It is an injury that causes permanent disability or dismemberment and can destroy a person’s ability to physically care for oneself, and earn a living. This type of injury may require multiple surgeries, live-in care, and expensive medical procedures and medication. If your loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury, seeking the counsel of an experienced, aggressive lawyer should be a top priority.
At Adams, Jordan & Herrington, P.C., our Macon catastrophic injury attorneys have recovered millions of dollars for our past clients. Allow us to do the same for you. We are dedicated to treating your case with the personalized attention it deserves. If you’re ready to work with an experienced team of catastrophic injury lawyers, we can get you started with a free case evaluation.
Some of the most common catastrophic injuries we handle include:
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Burn injuries
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Traumatic brain injuries, or TBI, occur when a person suffers blunt force trauma to the head, such as in a car accident or in a slip and fall accident. Not all brain injuries are immediately apparent. A concussion, for example, can display symptoms a week or more after the incident that caused the injury. Other traumatic brain injuries are quicker to show symptoms, such as a penetration injury where a foreign object has penetrated the skull and entered the brain.
Spinal Cord Injuries
There are two types of spinal cord injuries: complete and incomplete. A complete spinal cord injury causes permanent damage, such as paralysis. An incomplete spinal cord injury is named so because the injured person may still have some functionality and feeling below the point of injury. Recovery is different for every individual as there are many contributing factors such as pre-existing conditions, other injuries, general health, and more.
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If your loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury, we are prepared to help and provide the aggressive representation you need. Our Macon catastrophic injury attorneys have additional offices in Milledgeville and Albany for your convenience.