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Serious Injury
Serious Injuries Law Firm
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Everyone’s quality of life is important. Being able to complete simple tasks can be taken for granted; but, after a serious injury caused by a negligent party, you might find yourself unable to complete these simple tasks. Daily life in general can become hard without help from others. On another hand, you might have a loved one who is going through these same troubles. The law firm of Negem & Worthington represents those who have suffered serious injuries due to the negligence of others. We help clients seek compensation for major injuries including spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and severe burns. We are dedicated to helping our clients receive compensation for the physical, emotional, and financial harm they have suffered. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious or catastrophic injury, you need an attorney with the experience and the determination to get you justice.

I Have a Spinal Core Injury, What Should I Do?

Don’t feel like there’s anyone there to listen and help you. Our attorneys can help you obtain the compensation you need to pay for the costs associated with spinal cord injuries. SCI can occur when a traumatic force tears or bruises the spinal cord. Severe SCIs result in loss of feeling and functionality of the limbs, and in some cases, severe respiratory problems. The most serious SCIs may lead to paralysis, including paraplegia, which affects the lower extremities, and quadriplegia or tetraplegia, which affects all four limbs and the chest, neck, and head. SCIs require a lifetime of care and treatment, which many families simply cannot afford. Let us help you or your family member get the compensation owed to you.

Quite a few accidents are associated with SCIs including:

  • Car, truck, and commercial vehicle accidents
  • Construction site accidents
  • Falling on the neck or back
  • Birth injuries
  • Sports injuries

What Should I Do If a Loved One Suffers Traumatic Brain Injury?

When a loved one is in an accident that causes a traumatic brain injury (TBI), it can be hard to afford treatment and struggle with their lost income. At the onset of any symptoms, immediately seek medical care and contact an experienced personal injury attorney for your best chance of recovery. Traumatic brain injuries occurs when a sudden physical impact or shaking damages the brain. Symptoms of TBI may vary depending on the severity of the injury and the part of the brain that was affected. TBIs range from minor concussions or contusions to hemorrhages to injuries causing permanent vegetative state or coma. Due to the range of possible symptoms, and because many symptoms are not always immediately apparent, TBIs are sometimes difficult to diagnose, or subject to a delayed diagnosis. If you or a loved one has suffered a head injury, it is important to carefully observe, and not brush aside, unusual behaviors. Common causes of TBI include vehicle accidents, including car, truck, 18-wheeler, motorcycle, and bicycle accidents. They can also be associated with falls, medical malpractice, birth trauma, sports injuries, and assaults as well. Don’t wait to contact us for a free consultation to see how the attorneys at Negem & Worthington can help.

What Should I do If I Am Severely Burned?

Severe burns caused by vehicle accidents, defective products, or dangerous work environments are among the most painful and debilitating injuries that a person can sustain. Injuries range from minor first-degree burns to full-thickness third-degree burns and even fourth-degree burns that damage muscle or bone. Treatment for severe burns often involves extended hospital stays, rehabilitation, and reconstructive surgery. If you or a loved one has suffered severe burns in an accident and required serious medical treatment, you need an attorney who can help you seek just compensation.

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Injury Types

Damage to the spinal cord resulting in what is classified as a complete injury often results in the diminishing of nerve sensation and movement depending on the severity. This injury is defined as paralysis. The victim of this type of injury must deal with physical limitations for the rest of their lives. These limitations often hamper their financial wellbeing as well.
Spinal Injuries
With larger impacts, damaging compression of the spine and spinal cord could lead to broken bones or nerve damage. This type of injury can be a precursor to extensive medical and rehabilitation costs resulting in an impact of the victim’s quality of life for the foreseeable future.
Wrongful Death
A loved one’s death because of a fatal accident caused by negligence can be financially and emotionally devastating. Negem & Worthington strives to let families focus on their emotional recovery while helping recover damages though compensation or reimbursement for the changes following the accident.
Severe Burns
Burns caused by negligence requiring extensive hospitalization and surgery result in not only physical harm but mental harm as well. Residual pain, scarring, and emotional harm may require extensive therapy that continues long after the incident occurred and results in the loss of ability to work for some time.

Our Client Process

For more than 25 years, we have been adjusting our process to the needs of our clients. From a free initial consultation through settlement or litigation, you can count on a team of compassionate advocates that care about your case.

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