Brain and spinal cord injuries often create long-term health care costs while impacting a person's ability to work. In consultation with medical economists and life care planners, our lawyers project the cost of traumatic brain injury and paraplegia using established data from HMOs and the insurance industry.
At The Fleming Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping our clients and their families recover the compensation that they need and deserve. We document known costs associated with medical equipment, physical therapy, surgery, hospitalization, and in-home nursing care.
Our attorneys also look at diminished quality of life and pursue damages for our client's pain and suffering. Our goal is to help people suffering from a spinal cord or traumatic brain injury recover the financial compensation they need to secure their future.
When you or a loved on has suffered a catastrophic injury, obtaining maximum financial recovery is necessary to improve or maintain your quality of life.
When you suffer a catastrophic injury, your physical recovery and financial security are critical. We will work to restore your health, security, and your future. Contact our offices today.
We are experienced in handling cases involving a wide variety of catastrophic injuries:
In every case, our attorneys are dedicated to meticulous preparation and presentation. Using experts, witnesses, and a full investigation, we will remain dedicated to achieving higher settlements.
Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries - Life After an Award or Settlement
Especially if a young child is involved, taking steps to set aside any money gained from a settlement or award is important. At The Fleming Law Firm, our estate planning attorneys can explain how a special needs trust or structured settlement can help you provide for current and future needs of someone suffering from traumatic brain injury or paraplegia.
In many cases, proceeds from a personal injury settlement can be set aside in a trust that is exempt from certain kinds of taxes and Medicaid eligibility calculations. As a result, establishing a trust can help an injury victim qualify for Medicaid without spending down their assets or forcing them to become impoverished.