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Catastrophic Injury Claims: Brain or Spinal Cord Trauma

At the Roberts Law Firm, our attorneys have experience working with the victims of severe and disabling injuries to the head or spinal column. We also are capable of representing the survivors of severe burn injuries, electrocution, or amputation. To learn how our understanding of complex personal injury litigation can benefit those who have suffered permanent or catastrophic injuries in highway accidents or construction site mishaps, contact one of our lawyers in St. Louis.

We serve clients in Greater St. Louis, southern Illinois and all over Missouri in the presentation of damages claims for disabling or permanent injuries. One key to our ability to achieve outstanding results for our clients is our careful attention to detail when investigating and documenting your claims. We make sure that the expenses that you are likely to incur in the future are included in your damages demand, and we support every component of your claim for compensation with clear and persuasive evidence, backed up whenever necessary with expert testimony.

This approach to both the obvious and the less obvious physical, economic, and emotional costs of a catastrophic injury can represent a significant advantage for people who have suffered any of the following consequences of an accident:

  • Moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Severe burns resulting from fire, electrocution, explosion or chemical exposure
  • Amputation of an arm or leg
  • Blindness
  • Loss of a vital organ

Our experience with complex injury litigation, including pharmaceutical and mass tort claims against major corporations, indicates that close attention and careful proof of catastrophic injury claims are essential for effective trial preparation. Just as important, such preparation also promotes satisfactory settlements by demonstrating our ability to back up substantial damages demands with solid evidence.

For additional information about our experience with the proof of damages in the most serious accident cases, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer at the Roberts Law Firm in St. Louis.

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