Were You Seriously Injured Because Of Someone Else’s Actions?
Crush injuries most often occur when a device or piece of machinery fails, when a building collapses, in a vehicle crash, or by falling objects. The damage is caused when an extreme amount of force is put on one body part – depending on its severity, that body part may need to be amputated in order to prevent complications caused by the damage, like gangrene, to spread to other parts of the body. If you were seriously injured because of someone else’s negligent or wrongful actions, you may be able to take legal action to secure the compensation you deserve.
Catastrophic injuries like these can seriously impact the lives of injured victims and their loved ones. If your injuries were the result of someone else’s actions, you shouldn’t be held responsible for the cost that comes with treatment and rehabilitation. At Aldous \ Walker LLP, our Dallas crush injury attorneys understand just how difficult this process can be, and will work with you to help you secure the maximum compensation possible. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do to help.
Common Injuries Caused By Crush Accidents
- Nerve damage
- Smashed extremities
- Compartment Syndrome
- Fractured bones
- Crush syndrome
What Is Crush Syndrome?
Crush syndrome is one of the most dangerous complications that can be caused by a crush injury. It is caused when muscle breakdown products like potassium, phosphorus, myoglobin, and others are released into the bloodstream from crushed skeletal muscle. People suffering from crush syndrome are at risk of suffering renal failure, major shock, and death, and requires immediate attention and treatment.
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Let Us Fight For You
Dealing with a catastrophic is injury is hard enough on its own, so let us handle the legal side of your battle. Our Dallas crush injury lawyers at Aldous \ Walker LLP have decades of experience handling these types of cases, and are ready to use that knowledge to help you navigate the process and fight for the compensation you deserve. If you are looking to speak with a legal professional to learn more about your options, give us a call at (214) 307-6307 to speak with a member of our firm, or fill out our online form to let us know the details of your case.