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Pittsburgh Personal Injury Lawyer Fights for Victims of Catastrophic Accidents

Catastrophic injuries are injuries which drastically alter an individual’s future.  In legal terms catastrophic injuries refer to injuries which result in permanent disability to a victim which renders future employment impossible.  Catastrophic injury victims often require lifelong medical care, assistance, and/or supervision.  Catastrophic injuries include spinal cord and brain injuries, severe burns, multiple fractures, loss of limb, head trauma, organ damage, and more.

Catastrophic injuries usually occur in sudden, unexpected accidents and can be devastating for victims and their families.  The long term consequences often seem overwhelming.  Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer, James R. Moyles, Esq., has the experience, knowledge, and skills necessary to represent victims of catastrophic injuries in Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.

If your accident may be the result of someone else’s negligence, call the Moyles Law Office at 412-281-1055 in Pittsburgh or 717-233-5400 in Harrisburg, or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.   You need a skilled personal injury lawyer who will fight for maximum compensation for medical bills, future medical care, lost wages, lost quality of life, mental anguish, and pain and suffering.

– See more at: http://www.moyleslaw.com/pittsburgh-personal-injury-lawyer-fights-victims-catastrophic-accidents/#sthash.kx6MA4Lb.dpufCatastrophic injuries are injuries which drastically alter an individual’s future.  In legal terms catastrophic injuries refer to injuries which result in permanent disability to a victim which renders future employment impossible.

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James Richard Moyles

Licensed since 1979

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James Richard Moyles

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