Unfortunately, yes, a car crash can result in your suffering a catastrophic injury. But what exactly constitutes a catastrophic injury?
The Lawyer’s Monthly explains that you will find no definition of catastrophic injury in any law book, legal journal or court opinion. Rather, the legal and insurance communities define them on a case-by-case basis, taking many factors, including the following, into consideration:
Experts generally agree that all of the following qualify as catastrophic injuries:
Bottom line, any injury you receive in a car crash qualifies as a catastrophic injury if it somehow changes your life forever afterward. Put another way, you never fully recover from a catastrophic injury. Its effects remain with you, and one of your greatest challenges is learning how to cope with and adapt to your “new normal.
If you, your loved one, or friend has suffered a Catastrophic Injury in a Car Accident, Call the Catastrophic Injury Attorneys at Rose Sanders Injury Law at (281) 231-9288 for your free consultation. Our offices are conveniently located in Houston, Dallas, and McAllan.