Miami Catastrophic Injury Attorneys
Millions Recovered for Florida Clients
Brain and spinal cord injuries are potentially life-shattering, leaving
a wave of emotional and financial destruction in their wake. Cognitive
impairments and full or partial paralysis can leave the victim in need
of constant medical care that can range anywhere from regular visits to
a specialist to life-long live-in full-time care. In a perfect world,
insurance companies and those responsible for creating the conditions
wherein the trauma to the brain and/or spinal cord occurred, would voluntarily
take responsibility and do everything in their power to help the victim.
Unfortunately, this is not a perfect world and sometimes legal action
is necessary to ensure that the victim and their family are taken care of.
Brain and spinal cord injuries are often a result of auto, motorcycle,
and boating accidents, but they can also occur in far less dramatic circumstances.
A slip and fall in a store can lead to head trauma, and even a defective
product could leave you paralyzed. Bringing suit in these matters often
involves highly complex medical and legal issues – something not
all law firms have the experience and expertise to take on.
Our team of skilled catastrophic injury attorneys in Miami has achieved
numerous seven and eight-figure results for persons with catastrophic
brain and spinal cord injuries. But knowing the law is only part of this process.
Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso & Spier, P.A. prides ourselves in taking the time to understand the struggles of our
clients and work to help alleviate some of the stress, frustration, and
financial and emotional burden that come with
personal injury cases.
Contact our team
online today for a free consultation, or call
(305) 900-5493. We speak English and Spanish and can schedule same-day appointments.
What are Catastrophic Injuries?
Catastrophic injuries are injuries that are so serious that they leave
victims with permanent damage, some of which may impact their cognitive
or bodily functions. While a minor injury like a strain or even a broken
bone can heal over time, allowing the victim to return to a normal way
of life, catastrophic injuries are often life-altering, requiring the
victim to make adjustments like quit their job or hire at-home nursing care.
Having a catastrophic injury often means losing an important part of yourself,
whether it’s a limb or your ability to recall memories. Common catastrophic
Amputations: Losing a limb in an accident can be as emotionally traumatizing as it
is physically. Victims will need to learn how to function and adapt to
their daily lives without the use of their limb(s), and some may have
to consider a career change if they’re disabled and can no longer
perform their responsibilities.
Burns: While some burns are minor, others can penetrate through the tissue and
muscle and cause lasting damage, requiring skin grafts. If the burn has
affected the face or any visible part of the body, the victim may also
have to cope with feelings of depression and self-consciousness associated
Spinal cord injuries: When the spinal cord is violently jolted, delicate nerves can be damaged
and cause permanent paralysis. People living with paralysis will require
not just emergency medical care, but future care as well in the form of
physical therapy, equipment like wheelchairs, and more.
Head or brain injuries: Traumatic brain injuries are common types of catastrophic injuries and
are often acquired after car accidents or slip and fall accidents. The
brain is a vital part of the body and any damage to it can result in damage
to cognitive abilities. Some victims are no longer able to communicate
effectively, recall memories, or behave as they once did.
Any accident can cause catastrophic injuries depending on how it occurred,
though motor vehicle accidents account for many of these injuries, especially
if speed or larger vehicles are involved. Truck accidents, for example,
are more likely to cause catastrophic injuries to others because of their
weight and size.
What Happens If Someone Dies After Filing a Claim
If your loved one died from their injuries after filing a personal injury
claim, your family may be able to convert the claim into a
wrongful death lawsuit so you can receive compensation on behalf of the victim and your family’s
damages. Through this type of claim, your family can cover the costs of
funeral and burial expenses, loss of income, loss of companionship, and
more. In Florida, the victim’s spouse, children, or parents are
legally allowed to file a wrongful death claim.
You deserve to rest after being seriously injured. Call our Miami catastrophic
injury lawyers for help at