Catastrophic Injury Lawyer in Shreveport

Catastrophic Injuries Are Permanent

Catastrophic injuries are severe kinds of injuries that have a long lasting or permanent effect on someone. These injuries can be spinal cord injuries or brain injuries. They can be accidents that result in:

  • Loss of limbs
  • Blindness
  • Being paralyzed

These are injuries that have long lasting effects. They bring huge financial burdens, often for the lifetime of the victim. If you have been affected by an injury of this kind, you should contact a personal injury attorney today. Our law firm has won many large settlements for our past clients and we will help you to get through this difficult time.

Recovering Financially from Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries often mean that the person who was injured will need some kind of medical support system and may need:

  • Lifetime of nursing care
  • Ongoing treatments
  • Extensive medical problems

In some tragic cases, the injured person needs to stay in the hospital or on life support. This can mean a very heavy financial burden if you have not properly addressed the legal aspects of the situation. We can help you to work through these.

Contact a Shreveport personal injury lawyer today!

Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC has 70 years of experience in the practice of personal injury. Don't allow legal missteps to leave you with an untenable financial burden. If you have been in an accident where another party was negligent or a faulty product was the cause, you should seek to hold the other party liable and we can assist you.

With our considerable experience to back you up, we will guide you through the complex legal process and make sure everything that needs to be done is for your protection. Schedule a case evaluation today.

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