There is no single definition of a catastrophic injury unless it is that Catastrophic injuries drastically change the lives of those who are injured, as well as the lives of those who care for them.
Because the consequences of this type of personal injury will change a person’s life, possibly forever, it will affect physical health, economic stability and, more importantly, your emotional well being, and you and your family’s life.
Bennett A. Robbins, LLC, is a New Jersey law firm, representing people who have and who are suffering from a catastrophic injury throughout the New York / New Jersey metropolitan area. When you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury, You need a personal injury lawyer who is committed to being there for you and your family. at Bennett A. Robboins, we will aggressively pursue your case to secure the best possible results.
There are many types of catastrophic injuries. These injuries result from auto accidents, workplace injuries, dangerous products, and doctors’ malpractice. We have represented many clients suffering from a variety of catastrophic injuries including:
- Back injuries resulting in paralysis, quadriplegia, and paraplegia
- Head injuries causing brain damage, memory loss, and mental impairment
- Amputations of legs, arms, hands, or feet
- Injuries to the eyes causing blindness
- Accidents causing hearing loss
- Physical disfigurations and scars
Given the severity of these types of catastrophic injuries, it is hard to imagine that an insurance company could deny your claim; however, we have found that very often these companies try to shift blame to you, stating it was your negligence which caused the accident or even that the accident was not a covered event under your insurance policy.
At Bennett A. Robbins, we protect your interests and hold the responsible parties accountable.
To learn more about how to best protect yourself or a loved one after a catastrophic injury, Contact our law offices today to schedule a free consultation and case review so we can analyze the facts and determine the best way to proceed with your case.