When a serious car accident or other mishap results in severe injuries – such as a brain injury, spinal cord damage, paralysis, amputation or severe burns – the legal aspects of the accident become even more important.
If you got hurt due to the negligence, incompetence or wrongdoing of another party, then you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, necessary rehabilitation services, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
After a serious accident, a personal injury claim is the accident victim’s only chance to get full and fair compensation for all expenses associated with the accident – both current and future.
At the Jackson, Mississippi, personal injury law firm of Gill, Ladner & Priest, PLLC, our attorneys provide compassionate yet aggressive legal help to those seriously injured in accidents. Our clients and their families work directly with one of our experienced lawyers – never being shuffled off to a paralegal or legal assistant.
You can rest assured that our attorneys will work directly with you throughout your entire case – which may proceed for several months or a year in situations involving a major injury such as a head injury, brain injury, burn or spinal cord trauma.
Contact Gill, Ladner & Priest today for a free, confidential consultation.
A severe injury such as a spinal cord or brain injury may result in years of medical care, as well as other necessary expenses related to rehabilitation and accommodation of the injured person’s needs at home and at work.
When we fight for full compensation on behalf of serious injury victims, we make sure to uncover every possible expense that the family may face as a result of the accident:
We work with the injured person’s physicians, and often with other medical experts, life care planners and rehabilitation specialists to ensure that our client’s claim for compensation is full and complete.
We offer all potential new clients a complimentary consultation with a member of our legal team. We emphasize convenience for our clients, and we offer meetings in our office, or at your home or hospital room for your comfort.