Catastrophic Injuries

Injuries can Alter Your Entire Life

In a moment, a life can change. A major workplace injury, a defective product or an instance of medical malpractice could cause severe injuries that affect you for the rest of your life. The costs of rehabilitation and ongoing treatment are unbearable for most people. At Miller & James, LLP, we can fight for compensation for these costs so that you can focus on rebuilding yourself and your life.

We Account for Your Full Treatment

When it comes to damaging incidents, there are many injuries that require enormous amounts of treatment. Some of these include:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Burns
  • Organ damage
  • Amputations

These injuries will almost always involve extensive treatment, including surgery, and ongoing care for months or years. A skilled lawyer is critical in such catastrophic injury cases. You will likely suffer financially if you cannot obtain the maximum compensation available.

We also help families who have lost loved ones begin the wrongful death process.

We always conduct detailed investigations into our clients' cases to find the best strategy for their success. Our attorneys have over 70 years of combined experience representing injured clients. We know what to expect from the legal process and the costs to consider.

Your Recovery Starts Now

A catastrophic injury may change your life but it does not have to ruin your life. We will help make you whole again by working to dispel your financial burden as you recover.

For a consultation, contact us online or call 619-685-0077. We are located in San Diego and work with clients in San Diego County and throughout California.

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