Catastrophic Injuries

If you, or your loved one, are seriously injured in a car crash, motorcycle accident, or other catastrophe, your life will never be the same. Catastrophic injuries such as paralysis, head trauma, or other debilitating conditions require a lifetime of medical care.

At Avila & Shaddow, our attorneys can help ease the stress caused by expensive hospital bills, ongoing medical treatment, loss of earnings, as well pain and suffering by fighting to get you the settlement you deserve.

Experienced Woodland Hills Litigators Can Help

At Avila & Shaddow, we assist clients who have suffered the following types of catastrophic and traumatic personal injuries:

  • Accidental amputation
  • Brain trauma
  • Loss of bodily functions
  • Loss of limb function
  • Loss of sensation
  • Memory loss
  • Open or closed head injury
  • Partial loss of limbs
  • Severe burns
  • Spinal cord injury: Paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Vision loss

Making The Case For Brain Injury Or Permanent Injury Compensation

At Avila & Shaddow, we work closely with our injured clients and their families to prepare the best case possible. We realize that our clients do not come from a legal background, and therefore, we take the time to answer all of your questions and to provide you with up to date information on the status of your case. We understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family, and we will do all that we can to ease your burden, emotionally and financially.

To discuss your injuries with an experienced personal injury lawyer, or to schedule an appointment at our office, contact the law firm of Avila & Shaddow today.

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