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Dallas Catastrophic Work Injury Case Settles for $250,000!

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Amazing work by Dallas lawyer Albert Villegas for taking this case to a full settlement. The client was very happy with the final results in this Catastrophic Work Injury case.

We are happy we were able to bring this case to a close. The client here was able to go home with a check for $102,039 after all expenses. This means that the settlement check would be after not only our legal fees, but also any past due medical bills and liens that may have been placed on those costs.

Case Settled for a total of: $250,000
Net to Client: $102,039


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A catastrophic Work Injury is different from a normal personal injury in that it often results in injuries that cannot be cured completely. Often in a catastrophic work injury you are left disabled for life, with a full recovery not being possible. This is what sets out these types of injuries from other cases, and why, if you have been in a catastrophic work accident, you must hire a lawyer to file a proper claim.

Amongst the common injuries that are considered catastrophic we can mention:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Severe burns
  • Blindness
  • Loss of limb or disfigurement
  • Organ damage

If you or someone you love has suffered a major injury in a work accident call now to get a FREE, no-risk evaluation of your case NOW.

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    Attorney Domingo Garcia has led an active civic, legal and political career. He was born in Midland, Texas and grew up in Dallas, Texas. He received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Texas in 1980.

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