Catastrophic Injuries Focused on Your Rights & Needs

Our Tavares catastrophic injury attorneys have what it takes to help you maximize the compensation you are awarded.

Lake County Catastrophic Injury Lawyers

Representing the Victims of Brain, Spine, & Burn Injuries

All kinds of accidents can lead to serious injuries. Sometimes, those injuries are relatively manageable and do not cause long-term disabilities or lifelong complications. Others, however, can be extremely severe and lead to debilitating symptoms and impediments that affect the victim’s life forever.

Regardless of the type of injury you or your loved one sustained, you deserve reliable and compassionate legal representation from skilled professionals. At Oldham & Smith, we have extensive experience representing the victims of accidents who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Our Lake County injury attorneys are eager to put that experience to work for you.

Contact us online or call (352) 292-1620 to schedule your free consultation with our team. We serve clients throughout Lake County.

Catastrophic Injury Defined

A catastrophic injury is defined as an injury that is so serious that it leaves the victim with permanent damage. Catastrophic injuries can have devastating impacts on your life and the lives of loved ones. These injuries can be sustained in many ways and often result in the need for surgery or long-term care. Catastrophic injuries can include:

The financial impact of these injuries can be great. If you or a loved one has sustained a catastrophic injury, you may be entitled to compensation to help cover the financial cost to help cover medical bills, loss of income, and more.

What Causes a Catastrophic Injury?

A variety of accidents can lead to catastrophic injuries. Generally, the more severe an accident is, the more serious the injury may be. However, even seemingly minor accidents – such as falling off a bike due to a defective part – can cause a life-changing brain injury.

Other incidents that can cause catastrophic injuries include:

  • Car, motorcycle, & truck accidents
  • Bike & pedestrian accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Workplace incidents
  • Tourist accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Defective products

Protecting Your Rights after an Accident

At Oldham & Smith, we take the time to carefully investigate the circumstances of the accident that caused your catastrophic injury. We can bring in experts, interview witnesses, gather evidence, and review police reports as needed.

Individuals who suffer catastrophic injuries often require more extensive medical treatment and ongoing care. This means that appropriate compensation is of the utmost importance. To ensure that your personal injury claim is as strong as it can be, enlist the services of Oldham & Smith.

Give us a call at (352) 292-1620 today. We look forward to discussing your case during a free consultation.

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    “Attorney Smith, who I worked with, is diligent, realistic, and gave great counsel to bring this case to a close. Should I ever need legal counsel again, I know who I will call.”

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    “Mr. Smith stepped in and took charge of my case. He dealt with the huge medical bills my father incurred and got them reduced by quite a significant amount. I recommend Greg if you have an injury or wrongful death case.”

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