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For example, hospitalization following a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can cost over $5,000 per day, and one-year costs may exceed $500,000. For those with a spinal cord injury, first-year costs average $334,000 to over $1 million, while lifetime costs are in the range of $1.5-$4.5 million or more.
Even if a victim has health insurance, medical expenses can quickly turn into serious debt. Many catastrophic injury victims are unable to work for a long time, and some are never able to earn a living again.
Those who are severely injured because of someone else’s wrongful actions shouldn’t have to worry about how to pay for medical care, but that is the outcome in far too many catastrophic injury cases.
Full compensation through a successful personal injury lawsuit is often the only way to provide an injured claimant with needed future care while avoiding financial hardship. Securing maximum money damages in a catastrophic injury case depends on an attorney’s ability to identify all potential sources of compensation after calculating the full extent of the victim’s current and future losses.
In matters of catastrophic injury, there is no substitute for experience. The Marasco and Nesselbush personal injury team has over a century of combined experience in resolving injury cases.
At Marasco & Nesselbush, our Rhode Island personal injury attorneys have helped many badly injured clients secure the money they need and deserve. We invite you to review some of our representative case highlights, such as:
Combining legal excellence with a strong commitment to helping others, we are dedicated to obtaining extraordinary results for each and every client. Contact us now for a free claim review and learn all the ways the lawyers at Marasco & Nesselbush help catastrophic injury victims.
To explain how Marasco & Nesselbush seeks out all potential sources of recovery, consider the case of a car accident. The most obvious lawsuit target is the at-fault driver, but a number of other parties may prove to have played a role in the accident.
For example, if the at-fault driver was drunk at the time of the accident, it’s worth looking into whether a bar or restaurant may be liable for serving too much alcohol to the driver. Or, it may be possible that a vehicle defect led to the accident. In such a case, the manufacturer may be liable. If the at-fault driver was on-the-job, his or her employer may be held responsible for the accident.
You may even be able to obtain money from your own car insurance policy. If the at-fault driver had no insurance or not enough, you may be able to make a claim under your own uninsured or underinsured (UM / UIM) coverage.
"For anyone who is really looking for a team of Attorneys that will fight for you every second of the way, this here is the team you want and need in your corner. Attorney Ryan Kelley and his team helped me through such a difficult time after my accident. The stress of thinking what happens next was lifted off my shoulders.
Communication is key for me, and my M&N team was on point with the level of communication they provided. The get-well cards and flowers after surgery were just a special touch that brightened my day. I wasn't treated like another number or another case, they really made me feel like family. They really care for you and your wellbeing. Words will never express but I will forever be grateful for all they have done for me. Thank you !!!!!"
- Heather P.
I love this law firm! My lawyer was compassionate, kind and understanding during a very difficult time.
They have been absolutely wonderful throughout my case-with a mix of professionalism and friendship all in one.
It’s not just the amount of money you recover that determines your future well-being. The quality of care you receive is equally important. In both matters, Marasco & Nesselbush is there for you.