I Suffered a Catastrophic Injury in a Car Accident. What Should I Do?

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Car accidents can result in a wide variety of injuries, including catastrophic injuries. Catastrophic injuries can impact a person’s life permanently, completely altering the way they live their lives. If you suffered a catastrophic injury after being involved in a car accident, you should know what to do to protect your future. Our Arizona car accident attorneys break it down for you below.

Which Injuries Are Considered Catastrophic?

Catastrophic injuries are those that can forever alter the course of your life. Some common examples of catastrophic injuries include:

  • Amputations or loss of the use of a limb
  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Paralysis
  • Organ damage
  • Loss of eyesight or hearing

What to Do After Suffering a Catastrophic Injury

When you or your loved one have suffered a catastrophic accident, you will likely face many years of extensive medical care, rehabilitation, along with requiring medical equipment. These medical treatments can result in extensive medical expenses – all the while, you likely lost all your wages. For such reasons, it is vital that you seek compensation for your injuries to help you face overwhelming financial hardship.

Experienced Car Accident Attorneys

Our team at Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C. has helped those injured in car accidents across Arizona get the compensation they deserve. Let our team analyze your case to help you determine your options. With decades of experience and a successful track record that includes recovering millions of dollars in compensation for our clients, you can feel confident knowing that Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C. has what it takes to fight for your rights. We also handle these cases on a contingency fee basis, so hiring our car accident lawyers won’t cost you anything upfront or out-of-pocket. You don’t pay unless we win!

Contact our Arizona car accident attorneys today at (602) 842-6762 to schedule a consultation!

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