Advocating For Those With Catastrophic Injuries

Thankfully, not all injuries are extremely serious or have complicated issues. However, when your injury results in catastrophic consequences or the issues become complex, you need a specialist. With over 60 years of experience and a team of attorneys including Board-Certified Specialists, the law firm of Ghitterman, Ghitterman & Feld tenaciously works to maximize the compensation available for your damages. We collaboratively and effectively review your case to cover the issues that can lead to the best outcome.

What Defines A Catastrophic Injury?

Catastrophic or complex injuries are injuries or illnesses that permanently prevent the victim from performing their work or result in death. Examples of catastrophic injuries include:

  • Brain injuries
  • Amputation
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Organ damage
  • Paralysis
  • Paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Multiple bone fractures

If you do not know whether your injury is severe enough to be considered catastrophic, schedule a consultation with our law firm. We can evaluate the circumstances of your accident and the details of your injury to determine whether you have a case.

Board-Certified Specialists, Working For You

We can confidently refer to ourselves as experts in the field of injury and disability law. We have many Board-Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists on our team. This certification requires years of training and practice, testing qualifications and background checks. Considering that fewer than five percent of attorneys receive this certification, this demonstrates our deep knowledge of injury and workers' compensation law in California.

Discuss Your Catastrophic Injury With Our Team

You can begin the process of improving your financial results by scheduling a consultation with our firm to review your case. Call us at 805-214-8888 or 661-214-8888 or request your consultation online to schedule a consultation at an office near you at our Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Oxnard or Bakersfield locations.