Catastrophic injuries cause lifelong deficits and impairments, severely impacting your life and the lives of your family—sometimes permanently. Because of the seriousness of these accidents, you need our Chester County catastrophic injury attorney in your corner to stand up for your rights and recover the maximum settlement or verdict in your case.

No matter the cause of your catastrophic injury, the Dan Doyle Law Group and our Chester County catastrophic injury attorney want to help. Our team has decades of experience helping victims hold the at-fault parties in their cases accountable for their injuries. Let us review the circumstances of your injury to see how we can help. Schedule a consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 215-987-3730.

Types of Catastrophic Injuries

Brain injuries and spinal cord injuries are the most common types of catastrophic injuries. Both can lead to major deficits in functioning and may result in the victim needing lifelong specialized care. Both physical and mental functioning can be affected. Other common catastrophic injuries include the loss of arms, legs, fingers, or toes, or the loss of vision or hearing. Internal organ damage can also be classified as a catastrophic injury.

There are myriad ways that a catastrophic injury occurs, from car accidents to medical malpractice and slip and fall incidents. Dangerous products, pedestrian accidents, and dog bite attacks can all cause this type of serious injury.

Compensation for Catastrophic Injuries

Our aggressive Chester County catastrophic injury attorneys have one objective in mind when they go head-to-head with the defendant(s) in your case: collecting the most money they can for you. Most cases reach their conclusion out of court through experienced negotiation. However, our team is also willing and ready to litigate on your behalf and win a verdict that is just and fair. Your compensation may include:

  • Medical Costs: Current and future costs of care are generally considered.
  • Lost Income: Lost wages due to the accident and potential diminished earning capacity are usually included.
  • Rehab and therapy: Costs for current therapies as well as those required on an ongoing basis are typically part of the award.
  • Pain and Suffering or Mental Anguish:

If you are a surviving family member—spouse, child, or parent—of a person who died from catastrophic injuries, you may be entitled to file a wrongful death claim to collect damages that result from the loss of your loved one. Contact the Dan Doyle Law Group to review your case with our team.

Contact a Chester County Personal Injury Lawyer Today

Catastrophic injuries cause a permanent change in your life and the lives of your family. Because the statute of limitations in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is just two years, it is important to reach out to our Chester County catastrophic injury attorney as soon as possible following your injury. This preserves your right to collect compensation for your damages.

Contact the Dan Doyle Law Group now to schedule a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 215-987-3730.