What Will Your Medical Needs Look Like Down The Road?
For a lawsuit to be able to truly help you after you have been seriously injured in an accident it has to have identified all of your needs — not just your current needs, but your needs in the future as well. Too often, major issue can go unaddressed in litigation. Our attorneys know how to secure a clear picture of all of your needs to ensure that you are able to make the most of your recovery.
The most serious injuries can have lifelong impacts. We help people who are facing the realities of recovering from and learning to live with the challenges caused by:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries (paraplegia, quadriplegia, partial paralysis)
What Type Of Care Will You Need In The Future?
People who are suffering from these types of injuries face the possibility of years physical rehabilitation, surgery and other types of medical care. They may need to remodel their homes to accommodate their new mobility requirements. All of these issues are costly. Almost no one could afford to pay for many of these types of care out of pocket and they should not have to.
Working With Life Care Planners
One of the keys to being able to meet our clients’ future needs is working with life care planners so that we can get a concise idea of what care will be needed and how much it is likely to cost.
Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Clients In Dalton And Throughout North Georgia
We are here to help make your life better, not just to win your case. Turn to Morris & Dean for help that is with you for the long haul. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 706-222-3790 or contact us online.
We only collect attorney’s fees for personal injury cases if we secure compensation for you.
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