Author: Angel Reyes  

Auto Accidents

Distracted driving can cause catastrophic injuries defines a catastrophic injury as the “consequences of an injury that permanently prevent an individual from performing any gainful work.”

A catastrophic injury or illness usually occurs suddenly, without warning and can leave a person suffering from permanent disabilities for the rest of his/her life.


Catastrophic injuries are any injuries that have serious, long-term effects on the victim. Catastrophic injuries can often put serious stress on the victim’s family because they may need constant supervision or assistance for the rest of their lives, as well as a lifetime of rehabilitation and medical bills.

If a catastrophic injury was caused by the negligent or intentional act of another, or by a dangerous or defective product, a personal injury claim by the victim will be an integral factor in determining his/her future quality of life, including the quality of the medical care and other support he/she will receive.

While some catastrophic injuries may heal over time, in the vast majority of cases these injuries stay with a person for the rest of his life and often prevent him from returning to work or from being able to perform basic tasks. Because of the nature of these injuries, victims are often entitled to much higher benefit claims than other accident victims.

Call us today to learn more about how we can help you or to set up a free consultation. Reyes Browne Reilley is a Dallas, Texas based Martindale-Hubbell AV-Rated personal injury law firm. Our trial-ready Dallas car accident lawyers have a nearly combined 100 years experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury, business, and dangerous prescription drug & device litigation.

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