Catastrophic Injury

Any injury that has an irreversible, extreme impact on a person’s life and the lives of his or her loved ones qualifies as a catastrophic injury. These tragedies often occur unexpectedly, leaving the individual and the family to cope not only with the initial shock of the injury, but also with the lifelong changes that follow a catastrophic injury. 

Our attorneys serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York have years of experience in personal injury law, including catastrophic injury litigation. At Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP, we use our experience and expertise to achieve results.

Catastrophic Injury Cases

In an instant, an accident or injury can cause permanent damage to a person’s physical, mental, and psychological state, oftentimes leaving him or her with lifelong repercussions. A catastrophic injury can be caused by a number of factors or events.

Common Causes How Catastrophic Injuries Can Happen


Contact Our White Plains Catastrophic Injury Attorneys Our skilled catastrophic personal injury lawyers are dedicated to helping clients obtain the compensation they deserve.

People who sustain a catastrophic injury can suffer from a number of conditions, including loss of physical, mental, or sensory capabilities; respiratory or circulatory problems; skin ailments; and more. The grave consequences of a catastrophic injury mean that medical and psychological attention is required for there to be any chance of recovery, and the costs of such care often are not completely covered by insurance.

If you or someone you love has suffered a catastrophic injury, Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyers serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York. At Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP

(914) 686-3700

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Long-Term Effects of Catastrophic Injury

A catastrophic injury can dramatically affect every aspect of a person’s life and often requires that the injured individual and his or her family make adjustments and sacrifices to accommodate the individual’s changing needs. A catastrophic injury can affect a person’s neurological system, skeletal system, or muscular system, or a combination of the person’s physical, mental, and cognitive functions.
Over the course of a person’s life, medical needs change. Oftentimes a person who was injured as a child will need to undergo surgery or intensive treatment as an adult due to past injuries and the way in which the body healed. Our catastrophic injury attorneys serving White Plains, Westchester, and all of New York can help determine whether you or a loved one may be eligible to receive compensation in a catastrophic injury case. 

Our Catastrophic Injury Lawyers Can Help

Although they usually happen instantaneously, catastrophic injuries can influence the health and lives of victims and their families for years to come. 

Not only are there medical expenses and lifestyle changes to take into account, but also the pain and suffering associated with such a tragedy can be taxing on the entire family. If you or someone you love has suffered a catastrophic injury, contact our personal injury attorneys serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York. At Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP we will fight for your rights with honor and integrity.

$5,100,000 settlement, during trial Our White Plains catastrophic injury lawyers obtained a multi-million dollar settlement for a front seat passenger in motor vehicle accident who suffered a significant head injury resulting in disabling deficits.

Team at Worby Vecchio Edelman LLP

Worby Vecchio Edelman LLP

The personal injury attorneys at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP, have advocated for the rights of injured clients for over 40 years. Our attorneys' affiliations and recognitions include:

  • Super Lawyers
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Trial Lawyers Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association
  • The National Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
  • Best Lawyers

To schedule a free consultation at our law office, contact us online or call (914) 686-3700.

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