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Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic injuries including paraplegia, quadriplegia, brain injury, spinal cord injury, accidental amputation, and other injuries are called catastrophic because they are life altering. Victims of catastrophic injuries and their families face the often-daunting prospect of arranging for long-term medical care for the injured person, therapy, possible permanent disability and other wrenching life changes.

Robert G. Schock has particular experience managing the complexities of catastrophic injury claims, especially those involving medical malpractice, defective products and negligence.

He understands that proper evaluation of a catastrophic injury claim is critical because of the long-term nature of these injuries. He knows what to look for and how to evaluate medical records, disability evaluations and other documentation in order to determine the full value of the claim and seek a settlement that will support the injured person financially, possibly for a lifetime.

Results

Robert G. Schock has represented hundreds of catastrophically injured people, often obtaining significant results, including:

  • A confidential mid-six figure settlement for the family of a boy who suffered severe brain damage at birth and as a result suffers from cerebral palsy and related problems.

For additional information on Mr. Schock's case results, see Latest Cases.

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