Catastrophic injuries aren’t easy to overcome. You don’t just get progressively better. In most cases, victims and their families live with the impacts of a catastrophic injury, day in and day out for the rest of their lives. When somebody else’s negligence, carelessness or willful misconduct contributes to another person’s catastrophic injury, it’s time to speak with an experienced lawyer.
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The causes for a variety of catastrophic injuries are also seemingly limitless. Frequently, car accidents can cause severe and catastrophic injuries. In particular, collisions with semi trucks and big rigs can be especially devastating. Boating accidents, backyard trampoline accidents and workplace accidents can also cause catastrophic injuries. Listed below are just a few potential causes for a variety of different catastrophic injuries.
DIFFERENT TYPES AND CAUSES OF CATASTROPHIC INJURY
An injury is typically classified as “catastrophic” when it happens suddenly and without warning and leaves the victim with life-changing impacts and long-term consequences. Although most people usually think of spinal cord injuries involving paralysis as the most common type of catastrophic injury, there are a variety of different types of catastrophic injury and many causes.
~ Tony Rackauckas
Orange County District Attorney (Retired)