Catastrophic Injury Lawyers in Bryan & College Station
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Car, truck, motorcycle, and other types of motor vehicle accidents may result in catastrophic injuries. These injuries can vary and result in short-term disability, long-term disability, or a lifetime of specialized care. The Bryan and College Station catastrophic injury attorneys at Rodriguez & Gimbert put over 45 years of combined experience to work on every case.
What is Considered a Catastrophic Injury?
The medical community, insurance companies, and business entities use the term catastrophic to describe certain types of injuries. In order to recover compensation, the injury must meet the requirements to be classified as catastrophic. These are injuries that require extensive rehabilitation and ongoing care.
Types of Catastrophic Injuries
Some examples of catastrophic injuries include:
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Crush injuries
Insurance companies often deny claims or seek to reduce the value of claims to ensure their profitability. Insurance companies and their teams of attorneys may try to deny the claim or insist that the person’s injuries do not fit the definition of a catastrophic injury. Our personal injury lawyers have extensive experience negotiating with insurance companies and fighting on behalf of our clients.
Don’t Settle without an Attorney
Most people never fully recover from catastrophic injuries, which means that your medical bills, other costs, and inability to earn an income may continue far into the future. When settling these cases, it is important to take this into account to ensure that you are being appropriately compensated for your injury. Our catastrophic injury lawyers in Bryan and College Station fight to ensure that your current and future needs are met.
Serving Clients in Bryan and College Station for Nearly Two Decades
Over 45 Years of Combined Experience
Honest & Straight Forward Counsel
Strong and Long Standing Reputation in the Legal Community
Results Driven Legal Advocacy
Texas A&M Alumni