Wichita Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
At Madden & Orsi, in Wichita, Kansas, we pride ourselves on the fact that we take the tough cases that other personal injury firms turn away. Our attorneys relish the challenges these unusual or difficult cases present, and have had great success is gaining successful outcomes for our clients. The same holds true for our catastrophic injury practice. If you, or a loved one, have been seriously injured in a car accident, or a collision with a tractor trailer, we can help. Catastrophic injuries such as paralysis, head trauma, or other debilitating conditions require a lifetime of medical care. Our lawyers can help ease the stress caused by expensive hospital bills and ongoing medical treatment. We are relentless in the pursuit of justice for our clients, and will fight to get the settlement you deserve.
The personal injury attorneys at Madden & Orsi assist clients who have suffered injuries under unusual circumstances, as well as those that suffer from catastrophic and traumatic injuries, including:
- Brain Trauma
- Memory Loss
- Multiple Fractures
- Open or Closed Head Injury
- Severe Burns
- Spinal Cord Injury
Our lawyers work closely with our injured clients and their families to gather the details of your situation in order to prepare the best possible case. We take the time to answer all of your questions and to provide you with up to date information on the status of your case. We understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family, and we will do all that we can to ease your burden, emotionally and financially.
To discuss your case with an experienced personal injury lawyer, or to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation, contact Madden & Orsi as soon as possible.
Serving the Kansas cities of Wichita, Maize, Eastborough, Andover, Derby, Park City, Valley Center, Clearwater, Goddard, Augusta, Newton, and Hutchinson, and Sedgwick, Harvey, and Reno counties; Kansas City, and Jackson county, Missouri, as well as Ponca City and Kay county in Northern Oklahoma.