At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our Georgia personal injury attorneys have decades of experience in handling the most complicated, most catastrophic, and most meaningful cases on behalf of the most deserving clients.

It is our goal to pursue the best outcome for each client’s personal injury needs, so they can take back control of their lives and move forward with confidence.

Our experience has taught us that no two personal injury victims are alike, and neither are their physical and emotional recovery needs. This means even if we have two clients who have suffered the same significant injuries, how they respond to medical treatment may differ greatly. This requires a full assessment of each of our client’s unique injuries, and how they have impacted their daily activities and overall quality of life.

In some cases, our client’s injuries may be catastrophic, which requires our attorneys to extrapolate their damages to cover a lifetime of specialized care. Here is why that matters.

What Types of Catastrophic Injuries Require Specialized Care?

Some of our clients may suffer broken bones across their bodies that will typically heal with proper medical treatment and follow-up plans. While these injuries may keep them out of work for days, weeks, or even months, most make a full recovery, and can put the injurious incident behind them.

Others may not.

When our clients suffer from catastrophic injuries like traumatic brain injuries, neck and spine injuries, burn injuries, internal injuries, and severe orthopedic injuries, they require specialized medical care to achieve improvement.

This means creating a customized plan to align a care team and resources to best support the patient and their unique needs, which may include:

  • Long-term hospitalizations.
  • Undergoing multiple reconstruction surgeries by physicians who specialize in their injury field.
  • Skin grafts.
  • Amputations and prosthetics.
  • Physical and occupational therapy and rehabilitation.
  • Mental health counseling.
  • Short- and long-term personal attendant care.
  • Assistance with home modifications and adaptive aids.
  • 24-hour coordinated care.

We understand that suffering catastrophic injuries because of another person’s negligence is nothing short of life changing. We want to help you turn the page, and move forward with confidence, starting today.

Contact our skilled Georgia catastrophic injury lawyers and support team today at (404) 777-7771 to schedule a free consultation, so together we can pursue the best outcome for your unique case.

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