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When Negligence Causes A Catastrophic Result, We Can Help

When a loved one is seriously injured, you may be unsure where to turn. When an accident results in death, your frustration will reach a whole new level. Grimes Yeoman, PLLC, has helped clients throughout North Carolina navigate the legal system for over 30 years.

Common Injuries And How We Handle Them

Wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases can be difficult to prove. In order to do so, we must show that someone acted in a negligent manner which resulted in serious harm or even death. Common examples of these injuries include spinal chord injuries, internal injuries, and the loss of sight or hearing. We will build the strongest possible case by examining all medical records and talking to necessary experts in the field.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

One of the most catastrophic injuries someone can suffer from is a Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI. This is when your skull is forced open by an external force. It can cause someone to become paralyzed or even place them in a coma. It’s important to know that the skull doesn’t have to be cracked open in order to be categorized as a TBI. If it is a closed brain injury, this can mean a concussion or contusion has happened. Regardless, we can examine your case and discuss the possibilities.

We also deal with cases involving injuries due to product liability. For example, perhaps a family member went to the doctor and had surgery for a knee replacement. Unfortunately, they got an infection that caused them to pass away as a result. This is something that could have been avoided. While no amount of money can bring someone back, it’s crucial to hold the negligent party accountable.

Call Today To Schedule An Appointment

In order to learn more about your options, it is important to talk to an experienced attorney. We will provide you with an honest assessment and guide you in the right direction. To schedule a free consultation, call our office in Mooresville at 704-859-8787 or email us.