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A Severe Injury Such as a Loss of Vision May Entitle You to Significant Compensation

A severe injury can significantly change how you live your life. An accident may cause you to lose your vision and you may have to give up your job. You may suffer burns that cause physical and emotional scarring. You may sustain a brain injury that can affect your relationship with your loved ones.

Other examples of severe injury that create significant hardships include electrocution injuriesspinal cord and orthopedic injuries.

If you or a loved one suffered a severe injury, the seasoned personal injury lawyers at Smith & Hassler stand ready to review your case and discuss your options. If we take your case, a severe injury lawyer with our firm will scrutinize the details of your accident, including medical reports. Our firm will aggressively fight opposing counsel to make sure you get the justice you deserve.

Victims who sustain severe injuries may be eligible for a higher amount of compensation, depending on how the injury affects their lives. Some injuries, such as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy or CRPS, are difficult to diagnose, while another injury, such as a loss of hearing, might have a more quantitative impact on your life.

Some other common severe injuries that have resulted from Texas accidents include injuries requiring amputation and injuries that require surgery. A severe injury may have a long-term effect on your life. Don't let the insurance company control what happens next. Turn to an experienced attorney to protect your rights.

What Causes A Severe Injury?

Accident victims can sustain severe injuries in auto accidents, while working dangerous jobs, or from dog bites, to name just a few examples. If you've been injured in Texas because of someone else's negligence, it's important to get in touch Smith & Hassler to have a skilled attorney by your side. Our firm fights for accident victims.

Contact a Severe Injury Attorney with Our Firm

If you have suffered a severe injury in Texas, contact a severe injury attorney at Smith & Hassler for the knowledgeable representation you need and the personal attention you deserve.

Remember, you don't pay us unless you win. Call Smith & Hassler today at (713) 739-1250 for your free personal injury consultation today.