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Catastrophic Injury Lawyers in Aurora

Obtain the Compensation You Need to Safeguard Your Quality of Life

When an individual is injured by the negligent actions of a person, corporation, or government entity, they have the legal right to pursue compensation by filing a personal injury claim. However, sometimes an injury is so severe that it may be considered “catastrophic.” A “catastrophic injury” doesn’t have a strict legal definition, but it typically indicates a debilitating injury that prevents a victim from holding gainful employment.

If you’ve sustained a catastrophic injury, your overall quality of life may depend on being awarded compensation. At Woodruff Johnson & Evans, our experienced catastrophic injury attorneys in Aurora have the skills and resources to maximize your claim. During your consultation, we can discuss the accident, the medical history of your injury, and the many changes your injury has brought to your life.

Call our Aurora catastrophic injury lawyers at (866) 400-4450 to discover how our firm can effectively represent your case.

Understanding Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries are often sustained in traffic collisions and workplace accidents. They tend to warrant significant damages because injured plaintiffs may require expensive treatments, countless surgeries, and even professional care services for the rest of their lives. Courts also acknowledge the devastating impact these injuries can have on a person’s career and social lives. In fact, a person who is severely disabled by their injury may not be able to participate in the same hobbies or activities they enjoyed prior to their accident.

Common catastrophic injuries can include, but are not limited to:

  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Debilitating burns
  • Organ damage
  • Disfigurement
  • Amputations

The court tries to reasonably mitigate the financial burdens associated with a catastrophic injury by awarding compensation that may cover a plaintiff’s medical expenses, loss of wages, and overall earning capacity. However, the best way to successfully navigate this complicated legal process is to hire an experienced attorney.

Retain Effective & Dedicated Legal Representation

At Woodruff Johnson & Evans, our attorneys sincerely care about your wellbeing and want to help you secure the financial aid you need to guarantee your quality of life. We understand that this is a devastating and life-changing experience, and we want you to feel supported through each step of your legal journey.

Contact Woodruff Johnson & Evans at (866) 400-4450 to schedule a free consultation.

  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum

    Membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum® is limited to trial attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts on behalf of their clients. We are proud to have several attorneys who are among the less than 1% of attorneys in the United States selected for membership.

  • AV Peer Review Rated

    Several of our attorneys have earned an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. This is the highest possible peer-review rating offered by the renowned organization. Attorneys are selected by their peers and clients based on a number of categories.

  • Super Lawyers

    The annual Super Lawyers® list, published in Super Lawyers® Magazine, highlights attorneys who have made considerable professional achievements. We are proud to have several attorneys who have been selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® list multiple times.

  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association

    We are proud members of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, an organization that is committed to fighting for the rights of injured workers throughout the state of Illinois. As ITLA members, we are dedicated to pursuing justice on behalf of hard-working individuals and their families.

  • Leading Lawyers

    Casey Woodruff, Jay Johnson and Dexter Evans were all members of Illinois’ Leading Lawyers every year from 2015 to 2017. Eligibility for membership is based on a rigorous peer nomination process—attorneys must be nominated by their fellow attorneys to become Leading Lawyers members.