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Welsh & Welsh PC LLO: Your Omaha Catastrophic Injury Lawyers

Do You Need Omaha Catastrophic Injury Attorneys?


Even if you survive a fatal car accident, your recovery may be costly and lengthy if you suffer catastrophic injuries. 

If you suffer a catastrophic injury, you may require extensive medical treatment to heal. Some people do not heal from catastrophic injuries. Other victims are left with permanent disabilities. 

There can be a great deal of pain from the physical injuries as well as unimaginable emotional distress. You may not be in the right mental and physical state to begin the process of obtaining compensation for your injuries. Your family may decide to file a claim on your behalf. 

Omaha catastrophic injury lawyers can help. Read on for more information about catastrophic injuries. Learn how personal injury attorneys from Welsh & Welsh PC LLO can help. 


Accidents That Cause Catastrophic Injuries


These injuries can have long-term consequences, including permanent disability, chronic pain, and a high financial burden. Falls, car crashes, workplace accidents, and other dangerous activities can cause catastrophic injuries.

There are several accidents that could result in catastrophic injuries for you or someone you love, including the following: 

  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Construction site accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Medical malpractice

Our Omaha personal injury lawyers can review your case and tell you whether there is a case to be made for compensation. These are some catastrophic injuries you may be able to pursue compensation for:

  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injury
  • Broken bones and amputations 
  • Organ damage
  • Severe burns
  • Loss of senses such as blindness or deafness

There are other serious injuries for which you can get compensation, so this list is not exhaustive.

Our firm can review your medical records to determine the extent of your injuries and help you pursue compensation.


How Personal Injury Claims Work for Catastrophic Injuries


In order to understand the impact of a catastrophic injury on your life, we start by collecting evidence, such as medical records, and talking to medical professionals.

Upon familiarizing ourselves with your case, we can file a claim against the defendant’s insurance company. Also, the insurance company investigates your claim to determine the extent of your injuries.

Here are the steps they may follow:

  • Determine the nature and severity of your injuries
  • Evaluate the duration of your injuries
  • Assess the medical expenses
  • Consider other factors such as age, health, lifestyle, and former occupation.

These factors can help insurance companies determine how much money to pay you. However, the first offer may be low. Before you sign the agreement, we will carefully review it to ensure the terms are fair.

If the insurance company refuses to settle out of court, we will take them to court. Our team of experienced attorneys will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. We will keep you up to date on the progress and answer any questions you may have. You can count on us to protect your rights.


Compensation for Catastrophic Injuries

Getting compensation for your injuries reduces any financial strain caused by a serious injury. Also, you will have peace of mind, knowing that your bills will be paid on time and that you can focus on your recovery.

If you suffer a catastrophic injury, you may be entitled to the damages for the following:

  • Financial losses due to medical expenses and lost income
  • Emotional trauma
  • Pain and suffering
  • Rehabilitation expenses.

In the event of wrongful death resulting from serious injury, you may seek compensation for the loss of a loved one. No matter what type of personal injury claim you wish to pursue, our attorneys can assist you.


Do you Need More Information About Omaha Catastrophic Injuries? Contact Welsh & Welsh PC LLO Today!


It is important to receive compensation for your pain and suffering caused by the negligence of another person. Severe injuries may force you out of work and cause you to lose joy in your life. 

However, personal injury cases are complicated, and each case is different; what works in one case may not work in another. Furthermore, personal injury law can confuse you and leave you unsure where your case stands. 

We will help you understand the legal process and take the necessary legal actions to advance your case. We will start by collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, and filing paperwork. Should litigation be necessary, we will represent you in court, and if you must testify, we will prepare you for it.

We empathize with accident victims and their families and use our experience to help you receive the justice you deserve. 

With over 65 years of combined legal experience, we are the team you need as you fight for justice. Our results prove that we do not rest until you get what you deserve.

Contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney. We can discuss how to start your fight for justice.


Frequently Asked Questions


What Are the Types of Special Damages in Catastrophic Injury Claims?

In catastrophe injury claims, special damages include future care costs and current and future earnings losses. Because accident victims with catastrophic injuries suffer more, they receive a higher settlement than those with minor injuries. Compensation should provide them with both current and future support.

What Is the Compensation Cap for Medical Malpractice Cases in Nebraska?

Damage caps are laws that limit the monetary compensation you can get for damages. The cap is for economic and non-economic damages, wrongful death, and punitive damages. In Nebraska, the cap for medical malpractice is $2.25 million.

What Is the Collateral Source Rule in Nebraska

According to the collateral source rule, benefits from sources such as Medicare do not affect a plaintiff’s claim. So, a plaintiff can sue a defendant for the amount they spend on medical care even when they have private insurance.