Most requests receive a response within 10 minutes.
A catastrophic injury is one that leaves you or a loved one requiring permanent care until death. The pain and suffering associated with such injuries is incalculable and requires a substantial financial remedy. After all, one who has suffered a catastrophic injury will likely have to change every routine and practice that he or she has become accustomed to. The same goes for the household members and loved ones – everyone’s life will be substantially affected. Houses and vehicles will need to be modified, nursing and in-home care will be required. Both physical, mental and emotional therapy will likely be crucial. All of those things cost money.
Along the same lines, when a catastrophic incident affects your household, the loss of income and benefits can be substantial. The loss of the ability to travel, recreate and enjoy life can be overwhelming.
Many lawyers will take a case with serious, catastrophic injuries. However, how can you be confident that the lawyer you choose understands the need to bring in an expert for a “life care plan” and an economist to calculate the true monetary value of the economic damages sustained? The reality is that many lawyers have never been involved in such serious cases. We at Puget Law Group specifically note our efforts in major catastrophic injury cases to let our clients know that these are cases we are experienced with.
When you are dealing with the loss associated with a catastrophic injury you have too much on your plate to worry that your lawyers don’t know what they are doing. Do your research and hire the best. Puget Law Group’s lead catastrophic injury attorney Casey Arbenz has extensive experience in such cases and will give you the peace of mind to focus on your family while he deals with the nuances of your case. Feel free to give us a call for a complimentary strategy session.
Casey successfully convinced the Court of Appeals to reverse a finding of summary judgement against his client who was injured while riding her bike on the Foothills Trail. The defendant (Pierce County) had claimed immunity.
Thanks to Casey’s good work, his client would get her day in court at the highest State level.
“Thanks to Sarah and PLG for a job well done!!!!!”