Catastrophic Injury Attorneys in Jacksonville NC
Permanently disabling injuries — such as brain damage or spinal cord damage — change not just the lives of the injured person but also the lives of many others surrounding them. If your family has been affected by the devastation of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or another serious personal injury attributable to a car accident, a fall at a construction site or another act of negligence, you are entitled to justice.
At The Law Offices of John Drew Warlick, P.A., in Jacksonville, North Carolina, our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to representing the families of permanently injured people. We are strong advocates who are dedicated to holding negligent parties fully accountable for their actions.
Representing You Against The Insurance Companies
Whether you or a loved one suffered a serious personal injury in a motor vehicle accident, in a boating accident or as a result of medical malpractice, we are here to help recover the compensation you need and deserve. We have extensive experience standing up to insurance companies in personal injury cases involving:
- Birth injuries: A common birth injury is cerebral palsy. Often caused by lack of oxygen to the brain during birth, it may be attributable to delivery room errors on the part of the obstetrician or hospital staff.
- Closed head injuries: Concussions, comas, memory loss and brain swelling often result from blows to the head (even when the skull is not fractured) and can lead to serious brain damage.
- Spinal cord damage: A severe blow to the back may result in swelling or a severed spinal cord, and this could later lead to partial or complete paralysis.
- Multiple Injuries: Broken bones, internal bleeding, facial scarring, loss of hearing, loss of use of limbs, amputation, hearing loss and blindness are just some of the catastrophic injuries that result from auto accidents, motorcycle crashes and truck collisions.
Government Vehicle Accidents
If you were seriously injured in a collision with a government vehicle attached to Camp Lejeune, please contact us as soon as possible. Special regulations may apply that will limit the time in which you can file and who may recover damages against the federal government.
In addition, if you are a government employee who was injured by a negligent civilian, we can guide you through the process of recovering much-needed compensation for your injuries.
Contact Us To Learn More About Recovering Personal Injury Compensation
Every year, people in North Carolina suffer catastrophic injuries as a direct result of the recklessness or negligence of others. Our attorneys will review the circumstances of the accident and advise you of your legal options. Contact us online or call 910-378-0556 for an initial consultation.