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Orlando Catastrophic & Fatal Injury Lawyer

At the Arwani Law Firm our Orlando catastrophic & fatal injury lawyers possess the sophistication and sensitivity required to effectively represent people who have been seriously injured or suffered from the wrongful death of a loved one. After sustaining a catastrophic or fatal injury, you cannot simply return to the life you once led. As a catastrophic injury victim, you may be facing years of recovery time, as well as a permanent disability. In the tragic event you have lost a family member, there may never be a day you don’t miss his or her love and support. We understand the financial and emotional difficulty of each situation, and we are prepared to help you obtain maximum compensation for the harms you have endured, as well as any losses that may affect you into the future.

Catastrophic Injury Cases

An injury is considered catastrophic if it leaves the victim suffering from a permanent disability and makes it difficult—or impossible—to go on with ordinary daily life. There are numerous injuries that can be classified as catastrophic, including but not limited to:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Neck & Back Injuries
  • Neurological Injuries
  • Crushing Injuries
  • Internal Organ Damage
  • Severe Burns
  • Amputations & Limb Loss
  • Facial Injuries
  • Vision Loss

In most cases, catastrophic injuries won’t just affect the victim alone. They will also impact the victim’s family members, who will be compelled to make certain sacrifices to give their loved one adequate care and attention. For this reason, in combination with the staggering medical expenses that accompany a catastrophic injury, it is imperative to obtain adequate compensation if the injury was sustained due to the negligence, recklessness, or wrongdoing of another. The Arwani Law Firm can help you get the recovery you deserve.

Wrongful Death Actions

Our spouses, children, parents, and siblings are intrinsically important to us and often help define who we are. They give us love and emotional support and make financial and household contributions that help keep the family stable and moving forward. When a family member is suddenly lost in a tragic accident, life becomes exponentially more difficult. While a lawsuit can never bring back your loved one or truly compensate your loss, a successful wrongful death action can help with expenses and financial strain, such as funeral costs, medical treatment costs, and loss of future income. You may also recover for the value of support, loss of companionship, and mental and emotional pain, depending on your relationship to the deceased.

At the Arwani Law Firm we are sympathetic to your grief after losing a family member. We want to help you obtain the compensation you deserve and bring some solace to you and your family, while cherishing the memory of your lost loved one.

To be sure you recover everything you are entitled after a catastrophic or fatal injury, you need to consult with an experienced Orlando personal injury lawyer.

If you live in the Orlando area, the Arwani Law Firm is here to help you after a catastrophic or fatal injury. We offer a free initial consultation in personal injury matters, and we’ll come to your hospital room if you are receiving medical treatment. With appropriate financial compensation, moving forward will be easier, we promise.

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