Austin Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Dedicated Catastrophic Injury Attorneys in Austin Who Produce Dedicated, Driven Results
Glen Larson Law Injury Attorneys was founded and is managed by Glen Larson, who has represented injured Texans — and injury clients throughout the United States — for more than 15 years with one important goal: To pursue dedicated, driven results for the injured.
Today, we are more than a personal injury law firm in Austin.
We are an experienced law firm that provides our fellow Texans with access to a skilled team of legal professionals and support staff, investigative resources, research analysts, medical experts, and accident reconstruction and engineering specialists who collectively provide expert legal representation for our clients, no matter where they live or work throughout Texas.
If you or someone you love has suffered a catastrophic, life-changing injury in Texas call our bilingual staff, who is available seven days a week, 24 hours each day to discuss your situation.
We will come to you to discuss and understand the impact your injuries have had on your physical, emotional, and financial well-being to help you get justice and closure for you and your family.
Call (512) 883-0277 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.
How are Catastrophic Injuries Different than Other Personal Injuries?
By definition, catastrophic means disastrous, ruinous, or tragic.
Aptly named, catastrophic injuries are those that our clients will not recover from quickly — or sometimes at all.
Catastrophic injuries usually leave victims with long-term or permanent disabilities that affect their ability to work now and in the future. The injuries impact not just day-to-day earnings, but their overall livelihood and the long-term financial health of their families.
What are the Most Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries in Texas?
Last year, the Texas Department of Transportation reported 12,220 “incapacitating injury” crashes on our state’s roadways, leaving 14,975 people with catastrophic injuries.
That means, of the nearly 251,000 people who were injured in traffic collisions throughout Texas last year, almost 15,000 will likely not return to their previous quality of life after sustaining life-changing injuries.
While traffic collisions are common causes of catastrophic injuries, they are not the only accidents that can change their victims’ lives.
Some of the more common causes of catastrophic injuries in Texas include, but are not limited to:
- 18-Wheeler Accidents
- Uber/Rideshare Accidents
- Company Vehicle Accidents
- Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Delivery Vehicle Accidents
- Auto Accidents
- DWI Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Dangerous Premises Accidents
- Slip & Fall Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Drug & Product Recalls
- Product Liability
- Child Care Abuse & Neglect
- Nursing Home Abuse Neglect
- Oilfield Accidents
- Railroad Accidents
- Workplace Accidents
- Construction Accidents
If you or your loved one has suffered a catastrophic or life-changing injury because of another person, party, or entity’s negligence, call (512) 883-0277 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.
Examples of Catastrophic Injuries that are Caused by Negligence Throughout Texas
Glen Larson Law Injury Attorneys’s catastrophic injury attorneys in Austin understand how life-changing injuries can completely alter the future well-being of not only the individual injured, but their family as well.
Some of the most common types of catastrophic injuries may include, but are not limited to:
- Damage to Internal Organs
- Loss of Senses, including Sight and Hearing
- Neck Injuries
- Paraplegia or Quadriplegia
- Serious Nerve or Ligament Damage
- Severe Burns and Scarring
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Traumatic Orthopedic Injuries
These tragic injuries can keep our clients out of work, school, sports, social activities, and impact their quality of life from the moment they occur. It is our goal to pursue the best financial compensation outcome available for each of our clients, so they can learn to live with their injuries, instead of letting their injuries define their futures.
Have you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury in Texas? Call (512) 883-0277 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.
We Can Help You Calculate the Impact Catastrophic Injuries Have on Your Life
We understand it is not easy placing a number on the impact a lost limb or traumatic brain injury has had on your life. Where would you begin?
Our catastrophic injury attorneys in Austin have the legal knowledge and skill you need to outline your losses through a simple conversation that will allow you to understand what your injuries are worth, so you can get the medical care and ongoing assistance to build a new life.
Based on how the injuries have affected you and your family’s future, the damages we pursue on your behalf may differ, but could include:
- Past medical expenses
- Future medical expenses
- Loss of past wages
- Loss of future wages
- Loss of wage-earning capacity
- Reduced future earning capacity
- Pain and suffering in the past
- Pain and suffering in the future
- Mental anguish in the past
- Mental anguish in the future
- Physical impairment in the past
- Physical impairment in the future
- Physical impairment in the past
- Physical disfigurement in the future
- Loss of household services in the past
- Loss of household services in the future
- Wrongful death
- Survivorship damages
Contact Our Skilled Catastrophic Injury Attorneys in Austin, Texas for a Free Consultation Today
At Glen Larson Law Injury Attorneys, our clients are the reason we pursue justice each day.
If you have suffered a catastrophic injury that was caused by another person or party’s negligence anywhere in the state of Texas, contact our skilled team of personal injury lawyers in Austin today to discover how we create customized legal solutions that allow our clients to achieve success inside and outside the courtroom.
While no personal injury attorney can guarantee results, we do promise to pursue the best outcome for your unique injury circumstances by putting our 15 years of proven legal expertise to work for you by being more than attorneys, but a legal team you can trust to produce dedicated, driven results.
Call our skilled team of catastrophic injury lawyers in Austin at (512) 883-0277 today to gain access to the experience, leadership, and extended resources you need to aggressively pursue your case without delay.
Glen Larson Law Injury Attorneys stands ready to provide you with dedicated, driven results.
Frequently Asked Questions for Our Catastrophic Injury Attorneys in Austin, Texas
Who Can Be Held Liable for the Damages Caused by a Catastrophic Injury in Texas?
The person or party responsible for a catastrophic injury can be held accountable for the victim’s losses.
That may include but is not limited to negligent drivers, property owners, employers, business owners, medical staff/administrators/facilities, pharmaceutical companies, and/or product manufacturers.
It is important to discuss your situation with an experienced catastrophic injury attorney, so the responsible party or parties are held liable for your full financial recovery and closure.
What Are the Long-Term Effects of Catastrophic Injuries?
Catastrophic injuries are often permanent, and the overall effects will continue to be realized over the injured person’s lifetime, as their movements and activities may become increasingly limited by the damages.
All catastrophic injuries are unique and affect each person differently, but some of the long-term effects may include permanent loss of function or disability, the inability to gain meaningful employment, the need for around-the-clock care, accommodations, and lifelong assistance.
What Happens if My Loved One’s Catastrophic Injuries Become Fatal?
Under Texas law, if a victim dies as the result of a catastrophic injury, his or her heirs or estate representative may continue to pursue a personal injury claim that has already been filed.
If a lawsuit has not been filed against the liable party, depending on your relationship with the victim, you may have a claim for damages that were the result of your loved one’s wrongful death.