Every year, Americans suffer unexpected injuries that are catastrophic in nature—potentially crippling one from ever having meaningful work or from adequately providing for one's family. These are unplanned and shocking. Going forward, your life may be permanently affected, as well as those close to you.
If you are the victim of this kind of injury, you may be the rightful candidate for fair compensation by the culpable party.
Everyday life can take a drastic change when burned by a defective device, negligent behavior, or worse, deliberate acts to harm. If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury, you are entitled to legal advocacy to gain back in compensation what you have physically lost. From common household appliances, to workplace equipment, to recreational items, Berke, Berke & Berke has the experience to fight for you.
Our personal injury lawyers know the multilayered suffering a burn victim can experience, which can continue for a lifetime. Contact our office today to begin the process of healing.
Are you reeling from the recent loss of a loved one? A wrongful death lawsuit is intended to provide monetary compensation to assist in life without the support of the deceased. This lawsuit tries to determine whether another party, through negligence or deliberate act, is responsible for the untimely death of a person.
At Berke, Berke & Berke, our experienced Chattanooga wrongful death lawyers have helped countless individuals gain back in measure what they have lost with the passing of a close companion. Let us fight for you in winning back needed awards to counter real and potential monetary loss.
Our practice is to accept wrongful death cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing until we win back your rightful monetary compensation.
If you have suffered a catastrophic injury, are a burn victim, or are suffering the wrongful death of a loved one, our seasoned attorneys will stand in your corner and support your cause.
Contact our Chattanooga catastrophic injury lawyers at (423) 266-5171 to begin the process for physical and emotional healing for both you and your loved ones.