Sacramento Personal Injury Attorney

The legal team at Pacific Attorney Group has over 35 years of collective experience in assisting the injured in seeking top value settlements in these very important legal claims.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes an injury "catastrophic"?

An injury may be considered to be catastrophic if it is serious in nature, threatening the life of the patient and often causing some lasting injury or disability. These injuries require extensive medical treatment and often result in hospitalization.

Does a catastrophic injury have to be permanent?

Not all catastrophic injuries are permanent, such as amputation or brain damage. In some situations, a catastrophic injury will completely heal, but it may still leave a victim with emotional trauma and suffering financial consequences.

What causes catastrophic injuries?

There are various causes of catastrophic injuries, including those that are accidental and those stemming from intentional misconduct. Auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, dog attacks, medical malpractice, workplace accidents and construction accidents are all potential examples of causes of serious injuries.

What are my legal rights after an accident that leaves me seriously injured?

Depending on the circumstances surrounding the particular incident, a person who has been seriously injured may be able to file a personal injury claim against the negligent party or may be able to seek benefits by filing a workers' compensation claim. A Sacramento injury attorney at our offices can talk to you about your particular situation to determine what type of case you may have.

What are some different types of catastrophic injuries?

Spinal cord injury, amputation, brain injury, paralysis, paraplegia, quadriplegia, loss of eyesight, loss of hearing and nerve damage may all be considered catastrophic injuries, although the severity of these may vary depending the particular case.

What will my case be worth?

Every Sacramento injury claim will be different. In order to assess the value of your particular case, your attorney may work with medical professionals, economists, psychologists and other professionals to determine what your case should be worth.

To learn more, contact a Sacramento catastrophic injury lawyer at our offices.

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