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Pursuing Damages After a Catastrophic Injury
Pursuing Damages After a Catastrophic Injury

Legal professionals use the term “catastrophic injury” to describe any injury that is so severe that it prevents an individual from holding gainful employment. When an accident victim is unable to work, they may struggle to afford their medical bills, rehabilitation fees, ...

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