Serious Personal Injury & Wrongful Death:
Though injury and death are a natural and expected part of life, you never want to think about losing a loved one in an accident or suffering a life-changing injury. While you might be hesitant or nervous to turn a loved one’s death or your serious injury into a legal matter, settling a wrongful death or serious personal injury suit may help you find closure and help you move forward. If you think you or a loved one might be the victim of wrongful death or serious personal injury, please contact us today. The Partners at Moravcik, Threadgill & Starry are committed to walking you through Texas’s wrongful death and personal injury law and helping you move forward.
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A person may sustain a serious personal injury in many ways, but when you sustain an injury in a manner that is not your fault, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. If you are wondering what is considered a serious personal injury, it may include (but is not limited to):
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries that result in partial or total paralysis
- Injuries that result in the loss of an arm, leg, eyesight, or hearing
- Injuries that result in permanent damage to an organ or loss of function of an organ or significant limitation on the function of an organ
Severe burn injuries such as those involving severe scarring or disfigurement. The opinion and reports of your medical doctor will be used to help establish whether or not you received a serious personal injury. Examples of ways to sustain a serious personal injury may include a vehicle collision, workplace accident, medical malpractice, or other traumatic scenarios.
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