Head-On Collision Injury Victim Lawyer
Eighteen-wheelers are the largest, heaviest vehicles on the road. When trucks collide with smaller vehicles on the road, the injuries to the driver and passengers in the other car are almost always severe. With injuries of this magnitude, they affect you not just in the short term, but for the rest of your life. At Greenberg & Stone, our truck accident lawyers have the experience and knowledge to represent plaintiffs nationwide in complex cases involving very serious injuries:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries, quadriplegia and paraplegia
- Amputation or loss of limb
- Fatality/wrongful death
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Traumatic fractures and burn injuries
- Neck, back and head injuries
Truck Accidents Lead to Life-Changing Personal Injuries
The injuries caused by truck accidents include more than just physical problems. Injured drivers often experience mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). People injured in truck accidents may also face the challenge of being unable to work. As medical bills pile up, families can experience financial problems, adding great stress to an already difficult time
It’s Not What the Injury Is — It’s How It Affects You
At Greenberg & Stone, we know that the pain our clients face after a truck accident injury, both physical and emotional, is real and life-changing. We also understand that each accident victim is unique. Your injury affects your life in ways that are unique to you. From the amount of medical bills you have, to whether or not you are able to return to work, or whether you are able to enjoy life the way you once did, the injuries mean something different to everyone. It is the little things, the activities of daily living, that when added together, truly show how hurt you are.
Our lawyers work with psychiatrists, pain management specialists and rehabilitation experts to help create a life care plan tailored to your needs. Life care plans are documents that establish the goals, objectives and costs for rehabilitation and living in the future. These are especially important for victims of truck accidents with serious injuries, as they may require a lifetime of medical care. By using well-developed life care plans in truck accident cases, we are able to show judges and juries the full cost of our clients’ needs.
A Law Firm That Thinks
Our attorneys analyze every element of needed care, down to the smallest medical and functional details. We investigate your future needs, such as whether changes to your home may be necessary, whether you may need special adaptive equipment, assistive care or any other types of assistance. Sometimes, by speaking with friends and family of the injured person, and spending time getting to know the victim of a truck accident, we discover more about the injury, and how you are affected by it, including some things that may have been overlooked or gone unnoticed by a doctor.
We Have Answers to Questions You Haven’t Even Asked Yet
Anticipating your future needs is important because your injury will affect you differently as you age. A broken bone in your twenties or thirties may mean arthritis later in life. If you have undergone or may need a joint replacement, you may need a revision of that procedure at a later date, as these devices have a certain lifespan. This will include future costs of the surgery, rehabilitation, and medication. At Greenberg & Stone, our years of experience help us ask the right questions about your future — questions you may not have even thought to ask yet. In doing so, we gather the information necessary to help you achieve the best possible results in litigation. To learn more, contact us at 888-499-9700. Initial consultations are free and confidential.