The most important skill an attorney can have in handling a catastrophic injury case is the ability to fully convey to a judge or jury what it really means to lose the use of your legs, to take daily care of a loved one who cannot take care of themselves, or to look in a mirror and not recognize yourself. Helping others to see what these losses really mean is what we do for our clients.
Committed and Passionate Advocates on Your Behalf
At the Law Office of Andrew J. Pianka, LLC, we understand the financial and emotional costs that a catastrophic injury causes because we have seen them with our own eyes. Because of our experiences and the compassion and empathy we have as human beings, we have the ability to explain these catastrophic losses to a judge or jury in order to provide security for current and future needs of a catastrophically injured individual. Specific types of catastrophic injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injury or closed-head injury
- Spinal cord damage (paraplegia, quadriplegia)
- Severe back injury; herniated or protruding disc
- Severe burns, scarring, and disfigurement
- Vision or hearing loss
- Multiple fractures
Whether you have suffered a severe back injury and are expected to fully recover, or have a permanent loss of cognitive abilities, we will fight to ensure that your pain, your suffering, your lost wages, and all of your current and future health care costs are fully accounted for. And while life may never be the same as it was before your accident, we will do our best to make sure that you recover to the fullest extent provided by Connecticut law.