Minneapolis Medical Malpractice and Civil Litigation Attorney, Kathleen Loucks, discusses the various catastrophic loss cases she’s been a part of.
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I would say typically, motor vehicle accident. So, I have one right now where a passenger had a resulting traumatic brain injury from a motor vehicle accident and he still has, you know, long-term disability from that. That’s one example.
I had a case I tried a few years ago where my client was essentially run off the road by a snowplow. His truck overturned. He was almost decapitated. He almost died. So, cases where I call catastrophic injury, I don’t typically handle the whiplash type cases. These are cases that are catastrophic to the person that’s been injured and their family.
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