Complex injuries are severe injuries that require extensive medical care. Many times treatment for a complex injury can last for a lifetime. As such, it is important that any settlement for compensation related to a complex injury be extensive enough to cover all damages present and future.
Mesothelioma, an aggressive form of lung cancer, is a horrible disease caused by exposure to asbestos, a building material commonly found in older construction and consumer products. Although many buildings have now been remodeled and properly abated, it is still possible to be exposed to asbestos and risk contracting mesothelioma.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma get the best and most aggressive treatment possible. Then, contact us to discuss the circumstances surrounding your health and how we can help.
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All injuries cause pain and suffering but catastrophic injuries change your life and can result in a lifetime spent dealing with the aftermath of an accident. Catastrophic injuries include paralysis and spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injury, severe burns, internal organ damage, and dismemberment.
These types of injuries often require extensive medical and prolonged recovery times. This creates a need for expanded medical compensation. We are prepared to fight for your full recovery, no matter how long it takes.
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In a qui tam case, a whistleblower can receive an award based on funds recovered for the government. Sometimes these awards can be substantial. Much of a qui tam case is governed by the False Claims Act, including job security for whistleblowers. When contacting the government, it is critical that the evidence presented be thorough for the case to qualify as qui tam.
If you believe you have a qui tam case you will need an experienced attorney to help present your evidence and prepare your case. We can provide that representation.
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All spinal cord injuries are serious. If the spinal cord has been compressed, pulled, cut, or pushed you may experience paralysis, loss of bladder control, numbness, tingling, or weakness. This can lead to lifelong disability and difficulty earning a living.
Due to the severity of spinal cord injuries and their impact on your quality of life, it is important that you reach an equitable settlement for any damages you sustained. We can help you receive fair compensation for your injuries.
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Burn pits are used to dispose of garbage, chemicals, and human waste. Burning these materials can lead to toxic fumes being inhaled by anyone nearby. Many service men and women were exposed in this way during their time serving our country and have been left with injuries associated with breathing toxic smoke.
If you or a loved one was exposed to a toxic burn pit and now have medical concerns related to your breathing or problems with your airway contact us to discuss receiving compensation for your injuries.
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If you have been exposed to pharmaceuticals or chemicals through a toxic work environment you may have a toxic tort case. Exposure to toxins can threaten your health, either immediately or even after several years have passed.
Because toxic tort cases can be challenging when trying to establish liability and connecting current injury to past exposure, it is best to have an experienced team on your side.
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