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Wrongful Death And Catastrophic Injuries

What qualifies as a catastrophic injury?

The term “catastrophic injury” has no one-size-fits-all umbrella definition. In general, however, the injury you sustained qualifies as catastrophic if it was severe enough that it will affect you long-term or permanently. In other words, as reported in Lawyer Monthly Magazine, a catastrophic injury is one that leaves you permanently disabled, either partially or permanently, or one that leaves you…

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What are the different types of head injuries?

Head injuries can be catastrophic because of the potential for damage to your brain. There are many mechanisms by which you may suffer a head injury, such as penetration of a foreign object or violent back-and-forth motion, as well as a traumatic blow. Different mechanisms can result in different types of head injuries. Johns Hopkins Medicine describes some of the…

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Wrongful death jury awards can help families recover

Families dealing with accidents involving the loss of a loved one can require a great deal of time to recover. One of the reasons that juries reach multi-million dollar verdicts is to help surviving family members cope both financially and emotionally. Not only do painful emotions surge, but many families also struggle to cover unexpected medical and burial expenses. When…

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Get help after suffering a catastrophic injury

Catastrophic injuries are injuries that have a major, life-changing effect on you. One of the most serious injuries to fall into this category is a spinal cord injury. Spinal cord injuries come in two forms, those that are complete (severed) and those that are incomplete. A complete injury cuts through the spinal cord, making any area below the point of…

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Attorneys Carl Amala and Jamie Usera Successfully Negotiate Settlement in Highly Disputed Wrongful Death Case

The trial team of Carl Amala and Jamie Usera successfully negotiated a highly disputed wrongful death case on behalf of the Estate of Karen Greenstein against the State of Oregon and others. Trial was scheduled to begin on August 13, 2019 in Medford. The case settled against the State of Oregon for $500,000, a store that sold beer to the…

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What should you expect from your attorney after an injury?

Catastrophic injuries are so serious that the likelihood of your life ever being the same is extremely low. For some, the impact of those injuries leaves them disabled and unable to do the things they loved. Others struggle with brain injuries, memory loss, problems with sight or issues with hearing. No matter what the injury is, when it impacts your…

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