When a loved one has suffered a severe and permanent injury, there are immediate concerns and long-term considerations. It is critical that any compensation covers the person’s future care needs and the family’s financial needs. Unfortunately, the insurance companies will resist paying full value for a catastrophic accident.
Mr. Malady is committed to maximizing compensation needed to provide financial security and to improve quality of life as much as possible after a life-changing injury. We are confident our experience and our network of experts can make a difference in your pursuit of justice.
We have secured notable recoveries on behalf of victims of major injuries. Contact us today for a free consultation and aggressive advocacy.
Our attorneys have handled the full spectrum of devastating injuries such as:
- Back and neck injuries
- Burn injuries or electrical shock
- Eye injuries
- Internal injuries/organ damage
- Loss of limb
- Shattered bones
- Spinal cord damage/paralysis
- Traumatic brain injury
We have the resources to investigate promptly to establish liability for injuries caused by a motor vehicle crash, a workplace accident, a falling accident, a shooting, or other negligence or intentional acts.
Lawyers With The Resources For Big Cases
When it is clear that injuries will result in a long recovery and permanent disability, we involve many professionals on the front end to assess the current and projected needs of our client. We want to ensure that the injured person is getting the best care and that the family will have enough money to cover years or a lifetime of special needs.
We work with life care planners, economists, vocational specialists, medical experts, physical therapists and others to make a comprehensive case for future medical expenses, lost earning capacity, institutional care or assisted care, home modifications, medical equipment, special transportation, job retraining and other needs. Based on the nature of the injury, the impact on the family and other factors, we also determine appropriate non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, and lost enjoyment of life.