Catastrophic Injury Attorney in Fort Myers, FL
LIFE-CHANGING ACCIDENTS: BRAIN & SPINAL CORD INJURIES
Victims of serious accidents run the risk of receiving catastrophic injuries. These injuries can change the life of the victim. Not only is dealing with the pain of the injuries hard enough, knowing what kind of health care requirements will be needed in the future can be overwhelming. If you or someone you love is suffering from a catastrophic injury, it is important to seek a lawyer who understands the challenges you face.
At David M. Goldberg, P.A., in Fort Myers, Florida, our attorneys have dedicated more than 15 years to protecting the rights of clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to negligence. We understand these cases are sensitive in nature, and provide consistent, personal attention throughout the legal process. This is shown through the way we communicate with our clients. You will never be speaking with a paralegal, only with our experienced catastrophic injury attorneys.
We have represented clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries, such as:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Loss of limbs
- Broken bones
- Back and neck injuries
- Shoulder tears
In these cases, we can pursue a structured settlement that can compensate and provide coverage for a life-care plan. These injuries require on-going medical treatment and rehabilitation well after the accident occurs. With the assistance of medical experts, accident reconstructionists, vocational experts and other professionals we can determine the right amount of compensation to cover long-term care expenses and other future financial needs. We also want our clients to receive compensation for lost wages and other pain and suffering they have endured due to someone else’s negligence. We want to help you the entire way.
CONTACT FORT MYERS INJURY ATTORNEYS AT DAVID M. GOLDBERG TODAY
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers, call 239-225-0000 or fill out a short contact form now. Every case is based on a contingency fee, so we don’t get paid until you do.