Florence, KY Catastrophic Injury & Wrongful Death Lawyers
Helping You Move Forward from Devastating Accidents
In an instant, your entire life can change. When someone acts carelessly or recklessly, resulting in an accident that causes you severe bodily harm or the death of your loved one, you will be left to deal with the aftermath for the rest of your life. However, you do not have to face the future alone.
At Greene & O’Malley Attorneys at Law, we represent victims of catastrophic injuries and their loved ones, as well as the families of those wrongfully killed. Our Florence, KY personal injury attorneys understand the immense impact of these serious accidents and, while we know that no amount of financial compensation can undo what you have been through, a fair recovery can allow you the ability to move forward with your life and begin to heal.
What Are “Catastrophic” Injuries?
While all injuries have the potential to dramatically alter the victim’s life, catastrophic injuries are those that are so severe in nature, they prevent the victim from returning to his or her normal, pre-accident life. Catastrophic injuries often prevent the victim of returning to work—or obtaining any form of gainful employment. They may result in temporary or permanent disability. Family members and loved ones may have to alter their lives to care for the victim. In short: These injuries have devastating and far-reaching effects.
Some examples of catastrophic injuries include:
- Severe burns/disfigurement
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Internal organ damage
- Loss of hearing
- Loss of vision
The cost of treating these and other catastrophic injuries is enormous. Victims and their loved ones also face new financial challenges, particularly when victims are no longer able to work. Our firm can help you fight for a just settlement or jury verdict to help with the unanticipated costs and burdens associated with your damages.
Compensation in Wrongful Death Claims
Life is priceless; no amount of financial recovery could ever “compensate” you for your loss. That being said, the stress of losing a loved one compounded with the financial burdens such a loss often places on families can be overwhelming.
Under Kentucky wrongful death laws, surviving spouses, children, and other family members may pursue compensation for their damages, including:
- The cost of medical care prior to death
- Burial and/or funeral costs
- Loss of income/wages, including expected future earnings
- Loss of support
- Loss of companionship and consortium
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional trauma and distress
- Punitive damages
At Greene & O’Malley Attorneys at Law, we understand that money is a poor substitute for a healthy life and no amount of money can ever bring back your loved one. Our goal is to help you secure the justice andrecovery you deserve, allowing you to ease your grief and move forward while honoring your loved one’s memory. Our team will serve as your dedicated advocate and guide.
Auto Accident Dismissed an Appeal by the Plaintiff
Auto Accident Affirmation of a Case Dismissal
Breach of Contract Defense Verdict for One Defendant
Injury Affirmation of a Summary Judgment
Personal Injury Affirmation of a Declaratory Judgment
Product Liability Defense Verdict
Wrongful Death Defense Verdict
Traumatic Head Injury $310 Thousand
Neck Injury $100 Thousand
Auto Accident Affirmation of Summary Judgment for the Defense
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