BRE LAW | Bloomington-Normal
Personal Injury Lawyers

Trial and appellate lawyers

representing plaintiffs in Central Illinois, including McLean, Macon, Peoria, Tazewell, DeWitt, Ford, Logan, Livingston, and Woodford Counties.

Address: 308 East Washington, Suite B

Bloomington, IL 61701

Email: info@breinjurylaw.com

Phone: (309) 807-5674

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Catastrophic Injuries

Unfortunately, sometimes life doesn't go back to normal after an injury. The healing process is prolonged and you're facing a life unlike anything you had imagined. If you have suffered a life-changing injury, you need a team of attorneys who can help you secure your financial future.

What is a Catastrophic Injury?

A catastrophic injury is one that is life-altering. You may be facing a life-long disability or an inability to go back to work. Catastrophic injuries can happen in a variety of settings:

Car Collisions

Medical Mistakes

Worksite Injuries

Motorcycle Collisions

Product Defects

Farm Accidents

Trucking Accidents

Get the Right Help

Catastrophic injuries are ones that have a long road to recovery and that will have a significant impact on you for the rest of your life. If you have suffered a catastrophic injury, you need an attorney who has handled these types of claims and who can make sure that your recovery takes into account the full impact it will have on you and your family.

In my time of need, Josh was there with great advice and a listening ear. I would highly recommend him.

Eric (Google Review)

Planning for the Future

If you've suffered a catastrophic injury, your focus is on your immediate recovery. An experienced personal injury attorney will also help you plan for your future. We will work with medical experts or life-care planners to determine what you will need in terms of future medical care, long term assistance, or changes to your home to accommodate wheelchairs or other assitive technology.

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