NJ Catastrophic Injury Lawyers Helping Victims of Brain, Spinal, Amputation & Other Serious Injuries
New Jersey Brain Injury and Amputation Lawyers
Experienced Representation for Catastrophic Injury
Some accident victims will never fully recover. They face a lifetime of physical and emotional pain from a lasting disability, ongoing surgeries, and medical care, and a reduced capacity to earn a living. The law firm of Lombardi and Lombardi P.A. has earned a solid reputation for making the negligent parties and their insurance companies pay fully for the long-term impact of a personal injury.
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Call today for a free consultation if your spouse, child or loved one has suffered a major or permanent injury from an auto accident, work injury, medical malpractice or other negligence:
- Brain damage
- Spinal cord injury
- Loss of limb
- Eye injury
- Organ failure
- Debilitating neck and back injuries
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Traumatic Brain Injury
Lombardi and Lombardi have tried and settled many brain injury cases. This requires an understanding of the workings of the brain, because it is often an “invisible injury” with subtle symptoms. We help coordinate special neurological tests and psychological evaluations to accurately diagnose the injury. Then, using life care planners, economists, vocational rehabilitation specialists and other experts, we can determine and pursue the monetary needs of our clients.
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We also have extensive experience in cases involving lost limbs or surgical truncation. Attorneys not familiar with amputees may fail to pursue compensation for phantom pains, the emotional devastation, and the ongoing costs related to prosthetics. Children, in particular, may need new prostheses every two or three years. Amputees are seldom totally disabled, but their earning capacity and job placements may be sharply curtailed. We project the lifetime loss of earnings from a catastrophic injury in filing a lawsuit.
Our goal is to make sure that catastrophic injury victims have adequate financial resources over their remaining lifespan to accommodate their disability and pay for future care, and to improve their quality of life as much as possible. We pursue every source of liability coverage to attain this goal.
Contact a law firm that has secured more than $400 million in compensation for clients since 1975. We offer a free initial consultation, compassionate personal service, and aggressive representation.