A Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Will Fight to Your Right To Compensation for Your Suffering
Attorney David A. Cardon of Cardon Law in Virginia Beach, VA, can represent you or a loved one following a catastrophic personal injury. With over 20 years of experience, our catastrophic injury lawyer will assist you in establishing liability to ensure the negligent parties are held responsible. He will also aggressively fight the insurance companies to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
Mr. Cardon understands the serious implications of a catastrophic injury for both the victim and his or her family, which is why Mr. Cardon handles these cases personally. He will work diligently to bring you and your family justice and compensation for your suffering.
The Serious Impact of Catastrophic Injuries
Catastrophic injuries happen suddenly, and are so severe that the victim is likely to suffer from some form of permanent cognitive or physical disability. The disability resulting from a catastrophic injury typically prevents the victim from ever working again.
Catastrophic injuries happen suddenly, and are so severe that the victim is likely to suffer from some form of permanent mental or physical disability.
As with many other personal injury cases, catastrophic injuries are commonly caused by a negligent party, such as another driver, a property owner, a medical professional, or a large company or corporation. Catastrophic injuries most commonly include brain and spinal cord injuries. However, they may also include:
- Severe burns
- Injuries resulting in permanent vision loss or impairment
Such severe injuries can result in mounting medical bills after extended hospital stays, surgeries, rehabilitation, medical equipment, long-term care, and other related expenses. Because the victim is rendered unable to work, the economic burden of these bills falls on his or her loved ones. A loved one may also feel it is necessary to give up his or her own job in order to provide adequate care for the victim.
Even if a catastrophic injury does not result in a cognitive disability, such a severe injury can cause extreme emotional changes in the victim. Cognitive disabilities and emotional distress can isolate loved ones, leaving them feeling as though the victim is no longer truly there.
Cardon Law Is on Your Side
Mr. Cardon understands what a difficult time this is for you and your family. Cardon Law will fight for your right to compensation for your injuries, ensuring the negligent party or parties are held responsible. When you work with an experienced attorney such as David Cardon, you can rest assured that he will strive to secure you the compensation you and your family deserve and protect you from insurance companies who will attempt to settle for far less than your claim is worth. Mr. Cardon will pursue damages for:
- Any current and estimated future medical expenses relating to your injury
- Reimbursement for your loss of income and diminished earning capacity
- Emotional and physical pain and suffering caused by the injury
- Loss of companionship suffered by loved ones as a result of the injury
What to Bring to Your Free Consultation
It is important that you are prepared when you meet with Mr. Cardon for your consultation. Gathering all the necessary documents ahead of time will allow him to begin compiling a compelling case against the negligent party right away. You will want to bring any medical reports regarding the diagnosis of the injury, as well as any accident reports (if applicable). You should also bring along any medical bills you have incurred thus far, in addition to pay stubs or tax documents to show losses in income.
Mr. Cardon can help you receive a just settlement so you can move on with your life. If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury at the hands of a negligent party, contact Cardon Law today to schedule your free consultation.
At the heart of this practice, we are improving people's lives everyday. My clients often have their job, their assets, and their quality of life residing on these cases, which is why success is not just important, but absolutely crucial.David A. Cardon PC