Brain Injuries – Spinal Cord Injuries – Burns - Paralysis
What seems like a minor head injury after a car wreck could actually involve permanent brain damage and the loss of important mental abilities. The effects of brain injury are not always readily apparent in the immediate aftermath of an accident.
At Hudson, Montgomery, Kalivoda & Connelly - Attorneys at Law, we have years of experience in dealing with these types of specialized injuries to the brain and spinal cord. Individuals suffering from catastrophic injuries have a place they can turn to for experienced legal representation to recover full compensation for all of their losses — past, present and future.
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When any type of catastrophic physical harm is suffered — be it a brain injury, paralysis, an amputation or severe burns — obtaining full compensation is absolutely critical. To do that, certain questions must be asked and answered, including:
- What are the long-term income, wage and benefit losses for your family?
- What are the lifetime costs for medical care, including the costs for medical equipment, periodic equipment replacement, and prescriptions?
- Will remodeling your home or special transportation be necessary?
- How should the non-economic human suffering be valued?
Our attorneys take great care when they consider options and find answers to the important questions that must be asked in brain injury and other types of severe injury cases. Our attorneys work directly with outside experts like physicians, rehabilitative therapists, psychologists and economists to determine and obtain the best outcome for our clients and their families.
Serving the People of
Athens-Clarke County and Northeast Georgia Since 1972
Call or contact our firm online today if you or a family member has suffered a catastrophic injury because of another individual's or business' wrongful actions.
Initial consultation is free. It costs nothing to speak to a lawyer about your case. Many cases are handled on a contingent fee basis, which means there is no fee at all unless a recovery is obtained for you.
Contingent attorneys’ fees refer only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.