Catastrophic injuries can result in a lifetime of unanticipated expenses.
If you have suffered a catastrophic injury as a result of someone else’s negligence you may be entitled to compensation for:
- Medical bills (both existing and future anticipated expenses)
- Psychological therapy
- Physical or occupational therapy
- Short- or long-term care
- Lost wages
- Lost earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Wrongful death, and/or
- A life care plan
- Punitive damages
Our California personal injury lawyers have an established record of victories in catastrophic injury cases. We invite you to browse our personal injury topics to learn about specific types of accident cases and what they involve.
And to help you better understand how to sue for a catastrophic injury in California, we discuss the following, below:
- What is a catastrophic injury?
- Who is liable for catastrophic injuries in California?
- What if I was partially at fault?
- How long do I have to sue for a personal injury in California?
- How can a lawyer help?
If you suffer an injury, please call us at 888-365-1555 and consult with us.
ABOUT KARLIN & KARLIN
At Karlin & Karlin, we have been representing the injured in personal injury litigation for over 35 years and obtained numerous high-value settlements, arbitration awards and verdicts on behalf of our clients. If you or a loved one has been injured in an automobile accident or other incident involving negligence or wrongful conduct, contact Karlin & Karlin, APLC, for a free consultation regarding your claim.