Your Rights After Suffering A Catastrophic Injury

At D'Alessandro & Wright, LLC, we understand the physical, emotional and financial struggles of facing catastrophic injuries. Our attorneys are willing to pursue every option that could help you move forward after you suffered serious harm.

As your legal advocate, we focus on your recovery and justice. We are aggressive trial lawyers and tough negotiators. With our record of success in these cases, let us fight for you.

What Counts As A Catastrophic Injury?

Catastrophic injuries have an overwhelming potential to devastate your and your family's lives. You may have partial or full disability. The pain, mental difficulty or loss of bodily function could affect your ability to live and work normally. Your overall quality of life may decline.

Common examples of catastrophic injuries include:

  • Severe burns — Burns are often associated with fires. However, toxic chemical exposure, electrocution or radiation exposure could also leave burns. Disfigurement, severe scarring, paralysis or deadly infections may result.
  • Brain trauma — Blunt force trauma can damage the brain as your head comes into sudden, violent contact with another object. Sudden acceleration or deceleration can also cause traumatic brain injuries. You may experience a loss of sensation, memory loss, difficulty with language or emotional issues.
  • Spinal cord damage — Direct damage to the cord itself or to surrounding body parts may inhibit your ability to move your upper body, lower body or both.

In addition, catastrophic injuries may have many diverse forms, such as blindness, deafness, amputation or another major injury. Because they frequently require intensive medical procedures and long-term treatment, full and fair compensation is vital.

If you have sustained severe injuries in Rhode Island, contact our law firm immediately. We will protect your rights and work to prove that another party's negligence changed the course of your life.

We Want To Bring Justice For You

Many catastrophic injuries require costly medical treatment and rehabilitation. For many people, these costs can be unmanageable to the point of preventing recovery at all.

Our goal is to provide aggressive legal support that enables you to obtain the resources you need to recover from their injuries as fully as possible. For a free initial consultation, contact us online or call our office in Providence at 401-308-3596.