Catastrophic injuries - such as spinal cord injuries, brain trauma, amputation, and paralysis - change the lives of the victims and the victims’ families forever. At Osborne Law Firm, we work closely with victims and their families to develop a life care plan and to secure the compensation necessary to carry out that plan. We don't get paid until you get paid.
We care about our clients, and it shows in our work.It can happen in an automobile accident, a work accident, a motorcycle collision, or a tractor trailer collision. Suddenly, a catastrophic injury changes everything about your life. At the Osborne Law Firm, personal injury lawyer Curtis C. Osborne investigates the cause of the injuries and determines possible options for compensation. Attorney Osborne assembles the necessary experts such as life care planners, long-term medical care specialists, and economic experts. When injuries are catastrophic, every aspect of the injury and the injured person’s future needs to be examined.
- Spinal Cord Injuries: When an accident results in paralysis – especially paraplegia and quadriplegia – the injured person may require lifelong attendant care, a special vehicle, and a handicap-accessible home. There will be future medical needs to consider as well as loss of economic opportunities.
- Brain Injuries: Traumatic brain damage changes life career options and opportunities. For severe injuries, the patient will require constant attendant care. Often a moderate brain injury is not immediately obvious, so we advise clients who have suffered head trauma to be aware of potential problems before agreeing to a settlement.
- Amputation: The loss of one or more limbs can mean a lifetime of disability and medical care. Future needs include prosthesis changes and adjustments as well as equipment needed for mobility – an appropriate car, a wheelchair, and other accommodations.
Catastrophic Injury Attorney Curtis C. Osborne is licensed to practice law in five jurisdictions: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland and Washington, DC. His credentials include advanced training in litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and litigation experience in federal and state courts. If this is the high level of professionalism and care you expect from your personal injury lawyer, contact the Osborne Law Firm in Charlotte, N.C.
The Osborne Law Firm is conveniently located in the University Research Park off Mallard Creek Church Road. Easily accessible from I-85, I-77, and I-485, we serve clients in Charlotte, Concord, Huntersville/Lake Norman, Monroe, Rock Hill, and the surrounding region.
Client focused. Results driven. Call the Osborne Law Firm, the firm that cares. (704)376-8012; Toll Free (877)278-4800.