WHAT IS CONSIDERED A CATASTROPHIC PERSONAL INJURY?

The state of Georgia considers a catastrophic personal injury an acute injury with enduring or permanent effects on the victim’s life. Some examples of catastrophic personal injuries include spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, severe burns, amputations, and multiple fractures. Catastrophic personal injuries can have a significant impact on the victim’s ability to work and provide for their family. 

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