Serious Injuries

Our attorneys at The Ammons Law Firm are committed to representing people who have suffered serious, life-altering injuries due to negligence. With an aggressive approach and OVER $1 BILLION RECOVERED for our clients, we’ll help you seek maximum compensation for catastrophic injuries.

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When people suffer severe, life-altering, and/or debilitating injuries, these injuries are deemed “catastrophic.” At The Ammons Law Firm, we understand just how devastating such serious injuries can be, both for victims and their loved ones.

Our Houston catastrophic injury lawyers represent clients nationwide in all types of serious injury litigation, including cases involving:

If you or your loved one was catastrophically injured due to someone else’s negligence, put a powerful legal team on your side; call (281) 801-5617 for a free consultation.

  • $11.4 Million Jury Verdict

    Adam Milasincic secured an $11.4 million jury verdict for his client that suffered a catastrophic loss.


Representing Catastrophically Injured Victims Nationwide

Our legal team knows that victims and their families often need compensation for a lifetime of medical treatment, therapy, and ongoing care. We also realize that the victim’s temporary or permanent inability to return to or obtain employment can put a severe financial strain on families on top of the medical bills, physical pain, and emotional suffering.

We are committed to fighting for the maximum compensation you are owed. Our aggressive approach has helped us earn some of the largest personal injury settlements and verdicts in the area, with over $1 billion total recovered for our clients to date.

When Serious Injuries Occur Due to Negligence

Catastrophic injuries are often the result of serious accidents and, all too often, these accidents are entirely preventable. When a person or party’s careless, reckless, negligent, or wrongful actions or inactions causes someone else’s catastrophic injuries and damages, the at-fault party can be held liable.

A catastrophic injury may be the result of negligence when it is caused by:

This list is not exhaustive. In short, any time catastrophic injuries result from an accident caused by negligence, victims and/or their loved ones may be entitled to financial compensation. Additionally, if you or someone you love was catastrophically injured by a defective product, you may not need to prove that the manufacturer or other liable party was negligent under strict liability laws.

Call us today at (281) 801-5617 to get started with your free initial consultation.

  • “Rob fought for me like no man has fought for me. The Ammons Law Firm is a law firm that seeks out justice, righteousness for those who have suffered and I can now move forward in my life.”

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Commonly Asked Questions

  • What is a “catastrophic injury?”

    There is no specific definition of a “catastrophic injury,” however, most medical professionals and attorneys agree that any injury that significantly alters the victim’s life is considered catastrophic. Serious, catastrophic injuries include things like spinal cord injuries and paralysis, traumatic brain injuries, amputation, severe burns, and loss of vision/hearing. Such injuries can affect everything from a person’s mobility to their ability to work to their expected lifespan.

  • What are lifetime care costs?

    Many doctors and attorneys use the phrase “lifetime care costs” to refer to the total expected future costs associated with a victim’s catastrophic injuries. Unlike many others who suffer relatively minor injuries, catastrophic injury victims may never make a full recovery. They will likely require extensive, ongoing treatment and care for the remainder of their lives. Lifetime care costs can include things like physical rehabilitation, long-term in-home care, medical equipment, pain management programs, alterations to homes and vehicles, and more. The catastrophic injury lawyers at The Ammons Law Firm take into account the full lifetime care costs of our clients and seek maximum compensation to cover all projected future expenses.

  • Can family members of catastrophic injury victims get compensation?

    When a person suffers catastrophic injuries, they aren’t always the only one affected. Often, their family members and loved ones will also need to alter their lives in order to accommodate the victim’s new disabilities and needs. These costs—such as expenses associated with in-home medical care, handicap-accessible transportation, and alterations to homes—are often included in the lifetime care costs of the victim. However, when catastrophic injuries ultimately prove fatal, the surviving family members may be able to seek compensation in a wrongful death lawsuit. To learn more, speak to an attorney at our firm during a free consultation.

Why Choose Us?

Our Firm Will Fight for Your Right to Compensation
  • We Wrote the Book on Tire Defect Litigation

    Attorney Rob Ammons has not only handled some of the most complex tire defect cases but also wrote the book on how to properly litigate these types of cases.

  • Team Approach to Handling Each & Every Case

    Unlike smaller law firms, we have the resources necessary to tackle even the most complex cases. To ensure our clients get the best possible results, we hire industry experts and other professionals to advise on any complex legal issues.

  • Over a Billion Dollars Recovered for Our Clients

    Our seasoned legal professionals have handled some of the largest personal injury claims nationwide and have a strong track record of favorable outcomes.

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