Types of Injuries

Whiplash Injury

Although most of the people will recover from a whiplash injury in a few weeks, some who are not so lucky can bear the consequences of such an accident for life. These consequences often include: neck pain, back pain, tingling in arms and legs, regular headaches, tiredness, stiffness, sleep deprivation, etc. These long term consequences of a more sever whiplash injury are referred to as the whiplash syndrome. For people who get involved in a car accident that fits this description, the best way to go about it is to immediately see a doctor, especially if after a few days you start feeling pain in the neck area. 

Burn Injuries

Injuries caused by fires and electricity are typically the most painful and disfiguring injuries there are. Such injuries can require surgical tissue removal, painful wound cleansing, skin graft surgeries, months or years of therapy, and follow up scar surgeries that can go on for a lifetime. We will fight for your rights to obtain full compensation for emotional distress and pain and suffering for your life changing burn injuries.

Brain Injuries

Brain injuries can be emotionally and economically devastating to families because of the impact they have on the injured person's ability to earn a living and communicate with loved ones. We will fight for your rights to obtain a full compensation for the loss of companionship due to your loved one's brain injury. Call today to speak to The Van Stean Law Firm about the extent of your rights due to the brain injury of your loved one.

Spinal Injuries

Spinal injuries can be economically devastating due to the disabling effects they have on a person's ability to earn income. They are often very painful because of damaged nerves in the spine.  Spinal injuries can be emotionally distressing because of the impairment to the functional capacity of the body and inability to perform everyday tasks.

Wrongful Death

If your loved one died as a result of an incident on a roadway, job site, or construction site, you may be legally entitled to bring a suit for wrongful death. If your loved one died due to another party's negligence and you are a wrongful death beneficiary, you could be entitled to significant compensation. If you have a question about whether you are legally entitled to bring such a suit, call today to speak with The Van Stean Law Firm about your rights in this tragic situation.