Charleston Catastrophic Injury Lawyer
Tough & Resourceful Advocacy for South Carolina Injury Victims
There are many types of catastrophic injuries. Our team at Traywick Law Offices is proud to represent clients who have been seriously injured in our community. We understand these cases are complex and multi-faceted. Our goal is to provide superior representation, and to answer your questions with skill and competence. Traywick Law Offices is tough, experienced, and resourceful.
Contact our South Carolina law firm today at (843) 606-5909 to schedule a complimentary, no-obligation case evaluation with a Charleston personal injury attorney.
Types of Catastrophic or Direct Injuries
Catastrophic injuries are those that cause serious or life-altering results. Catastrophic injuries prevent the victim from being able to earn a living through work. Different types of accidents can cause catastrophic injuries, from car accidents to workplace accidents to cases involving medical malpractice. If you were a victim of a catastrophic injury, you deserve to know what your rights and options are.
These are some examples of catastrophic injuries:
- Spinal cord damage
- Head injuries
- Neck injuries
- Broken bones
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Birth injuries
- Burn injury
- Eye injuries / vision loss or damage
- Shoulder injuries
- Knee injury including ACL tears
- Paralysis / paraplegia / quadriplegia
- Foot injuries
- Organ damage
- Neurological disorders
Take the First Step: Call the Right Attorney for Your Case
Our personal injury attorney in Charleston, South Carolina is experienced and dedicated to procuring the recovery you deserve. You could be entitled to significant compensation. We can fight for you and provide the answers you need to move forward. Our team is experienced, knowledgeable, and resourceful. We are proud to offer the tough and strategic advocacy you deserve. If you or a loved one has been hurt, begin with a complimentary, no-obligation case evaluation. The sooner you take action, the more likely you are to see a just outcome to your case.