Catastrophic Injuries: Get The Legal Guidance Your Family Needs

Catastrophic injuries have significant, life-long consequences for the injured individual and their family. The lawyers at Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in North Haven, Connecticut, have had extensive experience handling complex personal injury litigation involving catastrophic and serious personal injuries.

While car accidents and trucking accidents are two of the leading causes of serious personal injuries, catastrophic injuries have a wide range of causes, including defective products, gas line explosions and construction accidents. Our firm has successfully handled catastrophic injury litigation involving traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries, paralysis or neck injury, severe burns from fire or electrocution, amputations, RSD and chronic pain syndromes and wrongful death claims. In addition, we are prepared to handle serious personal injury cases related to E. coli contamination, prescription drug errors, medical malpractice, and premises liability matters.

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Serious personal injuries have major physical, financial and emotional impacts on individuals and families. Our firm regularly works with medical experts, financial planners, life-care consultants and vocational rehabilitation experts to help determine the immediate and the long-term consequences of catastrophic injuries. While our serious personal injury lawyers recognize that no amount of money can undo the damage caused by a catastrophic injury, we strive to help our client obtain the compensation necessary to minimize the stress and financial burden faced by individuals and the family members who support them.

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If you need a trial lawyer for any catastrophic injury litigation, please contact Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in North Haven, Connecticut, for a free initial consultation. Call 866-530-7228 or 203-285-3593.