Lexington Catastrophic Injury Lawyer
What is classified as a "catastrophic" injury?
One or more injuries with life-long consequences can be described as a
catastrophic injury. Catastrophic injuries usually require ongoing medical
care, limit future activities such as activities of daily living, the
ability to work and participate in hobbies. Catastrophic injuries can
be emotionally burdensome because a change of lifestyle is usually required
in order to care for the injuries, and catastrophic injuries can be very
expensive to treat due to the long-term medical care that is usually required.
It may be necessary to create a "life care plan" in order to
calculate the total cost of medical treatment for a catastrophic injury.
Some examples of catastrophic injuries include, but are not limited to,
If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury,
attorney James Vaught today for a
no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights and legal options.