You can be badly injured in many different ways through no fault of your own, and the road to recovery can be long. If you or a loved one was catastrophically injured, do not hesitate to contact the Wisconsin serious injury lawyers at Studinski Law, LLC as soon as possible to discuss your options going forward. Call us today at (715) 343-2850 or use our online form below.
Actions to recover damages for serious injuries are often very complicated due to the many factors involved. Your lawyer will have to request evidence from witnesses, police, doctors, and insurance companies in order to piece together your case for compensation. Our serious injury attorneys have negotiation and trial skills which have helped our clients recover after suffering:
What Can Studinski Law Do for You?
Wisconsin law does not provide a concrete definition of a “catastrophic injury.” The personal injury attorneys at Studinski Law, LLC believe a catastrophic injury is one that causes a significant physical or psychological change. It is a sudden and severe harm – such as a limb amputation – that leaves you with a long-term or permanent, partial, or total disability. When you suffer a serious injury, you are left with limits that may make it impossible to work, support yourself, sustain personal relationships, and live an active lifestyle.
We approach every injury case with the understanding that no two injuries are the same. Each one of our clients has a unique experience that caused them to be hurt, and our job is to help them on their difficult path to recovery. In order to win financial compensation for our clients, we must determine how they were injured and who was responsible. At Studinski Law, LLC, our serious injury attorneys have experience with serious injuries caused by:
To understand whether you suffered a catastrophic injury, consider the lasting effects of the injury. For example, during an accident, you may have experienced a severe fracture in one of your arms. This may have required multiple surgeries and physical therapy. However, there may be hope that after months or years of hard work, you will return to all or most of your normal activities. Your arm may not feel exactly the same or regain full function and feeling; however, you will be able to work or take care of yourself. This is a serious injury, yet not catastrophic. If you suffered a fracture that was so serious that your physicians had to amputate part of or all of your injured arm, then this would constitute a catastrophic injury because it left you with a permanent physical change that alters your abilities, lifestyle, and future.
If you are wondering whether you suffered a catastrophic injury and how this may affect your personal injury claim, contact the serious injury lawyers at Studinski Law, LLC today.
In order to recover compensation after sustaining a serious injury, we will have to show that one or several other parties were negligent, and that your injuries resulted from this negligence. Wisconsin comparative negligence law allows for the other party to argue that your compensation should be reduced based on your own negligence which in part resulted in the accident that injured you. Studinski Law, LLC’s serious injury lawyers have years of court experience, and we will use our knowledge of the court process to make sure that you are able to recover all of the damages to which you are entitled.
Insurance companies representing those responsible for your accident are trying to reduce their own liability. This interest in paying as little as possible will almost always leave an injured party with a settlement offer that is not sufficient to cover all of the damages sustained. Your serious injury lawyer will be able to fight on your behalf as you seek proper compensation. We have helped many clients recover for damages such as the following:
Not only do you want to receive compensation as quickly as possible, but Wisconsin’s statute of limitations law requires that lawsuits be brought within limited amounts of time or else run the risk of being thrown out. You should seek a specific analysis of the statute of limitations in your case. Generally, you must file a lawsuit within three years for most personal injuries, but there are many exceptions to this rule. The lawyers for the other side may argue that your case should be dismissed due to waiting too long to file. For this reason, if you or a loved one have sustained a serious injury, do not hesitate to contact our serious injury lawyers.
Catastrophic injuries can impact your personal injury case in a number of ways, including:
Anyone can be the victim of a serious injury, and having an experienced and caring lawyer can be of great help if this has happened to you. Our Wisconsin personal injury lawyers have successfully helped many clients in Wisconsin negotiate with insurance companies, and receive positive results in court. No matter what caused your injury, we can work with everyone involved to navigate your case through the claims process.
With offices in Plover and Marshfield, Studinski Law, LLC serves clients throughout Wisconsin. Whether you live in a large city or a rural town, and regardless of the accident or the injuries you suffered, you have the right to be compensated for your losses. Our serious injury lawyers are familiar with the Wisconsin courts in your area, and will fight to tell your story – wherever it needs to be told.
Jason was one of the best lawyers I could ever ask for. I had a personal injury case and was very nervous about taking on a lawyer for my case. In the end his thorough work and honest concern won me over. From day one he always asked my opinion on any matter, gave me advice, and helped me through a rough time in my life. Everyone at his office was so helpful and caring. I would recommend their services to anyone – you won’t be disappointed. B.B.
No matter the injury, our attorneys want to hear from you. With our experience and skill, we can help you recover what you truly need.
Contact Studinski Law, LLC at (715) 343-2850 or send us a message.
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