Dallas Catastrophic Injury Attorneys
Representing Clients Who've Been Seriously Injured
Every year, hundreds of Texans will suffer a catastrophic injury that will change their lives. This type of injury may leave a person permanently disabled and potentially unable to hold the job they previously held. Walking long distances, carrying groceries or children, even something as simple as dressing or bathing may be difficult or impossible without help. It can take years of medical treatment and therapy as well as adaptive equipment to achieve maximum physical recovery.
It takes a skilled, knowledgeable, and dedicated Dallas personal injury lawyer to help you receive the financial compensation you need if you are disabled. That’s where Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP comes in. If you or a loved one has been injured in a preventable accident, contact us immediately to discuss your legal options. You may be owed compensation for your losses, and our team is ready to help you get the money you are rightfully owed.
Schedule a free consultation with our firm today—
call (214) 301-5007 or contact us online.
Over 20 Years of Experience Serving the Injured
At the law office of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, our Dallas personal injury attorneys and staff are committed to helping injured people and their families obtain the financial compensation they need to recover. We invite you to review the results we've obtained for past clients who suffered burn injuries, amputation, spinal cord injuries, memory loss, and cognitive problems from brain damage and other serious injuries.
If you were injured because of the negligent or reckless actions of another person in a car accident or a company that produced a defective product, contact our Dallas law office. You can speak to a lawyer for free, and you pay no attorney's fees unless you receive money for your claim.
Our attorneys have the experience and resources to determine the full financial cost of your catastrophic injury over the course of a lifetime. These costs include:
- Pain and suffering
- Medical and rehabilitation costs
- Educational aids for school children
- Nursing assistance in the home or nursing home care for coma patients
- Transportation to and from medical and rehabilitation appointments
- The cost of hiring people to do the tasks at home that you can no longer do
- Lost wages and loss of earning potential if you can no longer do the job you previously did
- Adaptive equipment, such as wheelchairs, a modified car or van, artificial limbs, and smaller items needed for home or work
Speak with an Attorney at No Cost to You—Call (214) 301-5007
If you have a case, we want you to know that we are ready to provide the aggressive, effective representation that will help you get justice. When we meet for your free consultation, we will listen to your story about how your family has been affected. We will discuss some of our successful cases. We will make sure that you clearly understand your options.
Contact our Dallas firm to schedule a free consultation regarding your serious injury claim.