Your Catastrophic Or Permanent Injury May Deserve Compensation
No one should have to suffer a severe injury because of another person or company’s negligence. If another person contributed to your catastrophic or permanent injury, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries and damages. With our 40-plus years of experience and exclusive focus on personal injury law, Revo Law Firm can take on the most severe accident cases. Attorney Terrence Revo will work to maximize your damages award for such catastrophic injuries as:
Our legal team is recognized throughout New Mexico for our emphasis on respect and compassion toward our clients and their families. In every injury case that we accept, we put our clients first. We know you are facing many challenges because of your injuries, and we will do all we can to help you move forward.
Some common catastrophic injuries include:
Burn injuries may occur because of fires, chemical exposure, radiation or electrocution. Third-degree burns damage the skin and the underlying tissues, muscles, bones and organs. Burn victims may require skin grafts and other types of surgeries to restore functionality and mobility. Even after extensive rehabilitation, patients may experience lifelong disabilities, loss of sensation, pain, disfigurement, scarring and rigidity of the affected areas.
Amputations can result from industrial accidents involving farm, manufacturing or construction equipment. An accident that results in a crushed limb may require surgical amputation — for example, in the case of a serious motorcycle crash in which the bike lands on the victim’s leg. Advancements in prostheses help amputation victims live normal lives, but these medical devices are expensive and often restrictive. When reattachment of the limb is possible, patients often face multiple surgeries and recurring infections.
The leading causes of spinal cord injuries are motor vehicle accidents, falls, violence and sports. A forceful impact — for instance, an accident involving a commercial truck — can partially or completely damage the vertebrae or spinal cord. The location and extent of paralysis depend on where the damage occurs. Incomplete spinal cord injury will hinder movement and cause pain, weakness, loss of sensation and paralysis of the limbs below the damaged area of the spine. Rehabilitation or treatment may become a lifelong process.