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Types of Catastrophic Injuries
Our catastrophic injury attorneys have helped many people obtain compensation for serious injuries such as:
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
Cervical Spine Injury
Closed Head Injury
Lumber Spine Injury
Birth Injury Causing Cerebral Palsy and Other Disabilities
At the Pittsburgh law firm of Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky, our catastrophic injury lawyers help individuals and families obtain compensation for serious injuries sustained as a result of medical malpractice, spinal cord injuries, car accidents, and truck accidents. If you have suffered catastrophic injuries in an accident caused by the carelessness or negligence of another, contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky, to discuss your case. There is no fee for an initial consultation.
When injuries such as these are caused by another’s negligence or carelessness, you may be able to file a claim for compensation for the injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages, loss of employment, and medical expenses. Our skilled catastrophic injury attorneys work hard to obtain the maximum compensation available to you under the law.
How an Experienced Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Can Help
Due to the costly nature of catastrophic injury litigation, our attorneys put up large sums of money on injury cases to hire experts, take depositions, gather evidence and fight the lawyers of large insurance firms until your case is concluded. Not only does Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky have the resources, we have the experience, skill and dedication to resolve your case successfully. We have a specially trained nurse on staff to help evaluate your injury case; and, when needed, refer you to medical specialists for treatment. For more information about catastrophic injuries, contact our knowledgeable catastrophic injury attorneys. We will answer questions and the catastrophic injury claim process to you in a free initial consultation. There are no attorneys’ fees unless we recover compensation for your injuries.