Helping You Seek Compensation After A Catastrophic Injury
A serious personal injury can be devastating on multiple levels. The injury itself may take away someone's ability to perform basic tasks of daily living. With spinal cord and other catastrophic injuries, it may be necessary for someone to have ongoing care throughout life.
But this impact on quality of life and on family finances also comes with an emotional element. This can be particularly evident in brain injury cases, where personality changes result from the injury.
At Norton & Norfleet, we understand how difficult these situations are for families who go through them. Our Kansas City firm is known for handling complex injury cases in Missouri with sensitivity and effectiveness. Talk with one of our lawyers in a confidential, no-cost consultation about how we can help you make your case for compensation.
How Do You Rebuild Your Life After An Injury Like This?
The first thing you need to do is get the medical care you need. Our attorneys can provide the skilled and experienced representation you need to understand who is responsible for your medical bills.
We realize that you may need long-term care. This can occur in numerous contexts such as:
- Spinal cord injuries: Paraplegia or quadriplegia can result from injuries suffered in a car or truck accident or from some other personal injury. Our firm is very experienced in spinal cord cases and can take action on your behalf to pursue appropriate compensation.
- Brain injuries: Brain injuries are always potentially serious. This is true even if they are initially classified as "mild" traumatic brain injury (TBI). If you suffered soft tissue damage in an accident or fall caused by someone's negligence, we can hold responsible parties accountable.
No matter what happened, we can use our investigative skills to get the evidence needed to support your claim — we have the proven litigation skills needed to get results.
Moving Forward With Your Life
Talk with an attorney at Norton & Norfleet. During your free consultation, we will talk about how we can help you pursue the compensation you need to move forward with your life. To schedule an appointment, call 816-454-5800 or 866-251-5423, or complete our e-mail form today.