Florida Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Finding Hope After Life-Changing Injuries
At Gunn Law Group, P.A., we have intentionally focused our efforts on the most serious and complex personal injury cases in Tampa and the surrounding region. Our catastrophic injury attorneys are not afraid of claims that other law firms would find “too difficult.” We are not intimidated by insurance companies that might be used to pushing around inexperienced lawyers. With a former insurance defense attorney leading our law firm, we are ready to support and uplift our catastrophic injury clients.
We fight in and out of court for our clients. Call (813) 993-1448 now to learn more.
Different Types of Catastrophic Injury Cases
Wherever someone in Tampa, Lutz, or Odessa is catastrophically injured because of the negligence of another person or party, Gunn Law Group, P.A. will be there. We have more than 100 years of collective legal experience among our attorneys. During all of those years, we have seen some of the most complicated catastrophic injury cases on record — and we have made a long history of successful case results for our clients. No matter what sort of catastrophic injury has changed your life, we want to be the legal team you trust to seek fair and maximized compensation.
There are many types of catastrophic injury cases we accept, including:
- Spinal cord injuries: The spinal cord is a highly sensitive bundle of nerves that run up the spinal column. Due to its vulnerability, even accidents that seem mild can result in a serious spinal cord injury that causes lifelong complications. A severe spinal cord injury might even result in partial or total paralysis.
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI): Perhaps the most devastating of all catastrophic injuries is a brain injury. The slightest harm to the brain can create unpredictable consequences and side effects, like memory issues, loss of muscle control, speech impediments, and more. It is possible that a brain injury can cause complete disability, too, forcing someone who was once perfectly healthy to become entirely dependent on the 24-hour care of others.
- Burn injuries: Fires, electrical hazards, hot surfaces, and caustic chemicals can cause severe burn injuries that leave people with chronic pain and disabilities. Whether your burn injury was caused by a defective appliance, truck accident, or another incident, we can help you seek compensation from the liable party.
- Amputations: The loss of a limb will cause immediate and permanent disabilities. Day-to-day tasks that most people take for granted can become frustratingly difficult if not impossible to manage. If you are living with an amputation caused through an accident that was not your fault, then you deserve to be fairly compensated so you can receive necessary treatments and therapies.
Calculating Maximized Damages for Our Clients
The damages and expenses you might have already experienced due to a catastrophic injury might only be the start of a lifetime of costs. Future damages in catastrophic injury cases are often the most significant part of a plaintiff’s claim. Our catastrophic injury attorneys from Gunn Law Group, P.A. in Florida are capable of carefully calculating your future damages using our years of experience in practice.
We have seen all types of cases and can work with trusted experts from various fields to get a clear idea of what compensation you need to take care of your damages both now and years into the future. For example, your primary care physician may recommend physical therapy once a month for several years to help with the chronic pain and mobility issues caused by a spinal cord injury. Each of those therapy sessions will come at a cost, and you should not be the one who has to pay for them out of your own pocket.
Start your case with an award-winning firm on your side by dialing (813) 993-1448.
“I would recommend the Gunn law group to anyone that needs a lawyer.”- Diesel A.
“You will get stellar representation, with attention to detail. The attorneys truly understand the intricacies of personal injury and bad faith litigation.”- David W.