Traumatic And Catastrophic Injuries

Aiding You After A Devastating Injury

Every accident and injury has serious consequences, but some injuries are more traumatic and catastrophic than others. These types of injuries often require more extensive medical treatment, including future medical care, which means that workers and their families are left to deal with those burdens. Workers’ compensation benefits are designed to provide help to pay for treatment and other expenses while accident victims are unable to work. Fortunately, you can get the assistance you need to make it through the workers’ compensation process. At Galanti, Patti, & Winterscheidt, P.C., we help employees file for workers’ compensation benefits in southern Illinois. With decades of experience, we have built many strong relationships with our clients. We understand how a serious injury can have a devastating impact on your life, and we work hard to provide the help our clients deserve.

Experience With Serious Injuries

Injuries that are typically considered catastrophic and traumatic may include:

  • Head injuries, including traumatic brain injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Repetitive trauma injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Disk herniation
  • Back injuries
  • Amputations
  • Paralysis
  • Injuries to the joints and limbs

The process of filing for benefits and receiving medical treatment is not always easy or clear; having an experienced advocate on your side can help make it as efficient as possible.

Practice Areas

Get Quality Advocacy Now

Contact our office in East Alton and get the answers you need regarding workers’ compensation benefits for traumatic and catastrophic injuries. Call  618-258-0420 to schedule your free initial consultation.


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We help injured workers protect their rights. Call us at 618-258-0420. Your email message receives our prompt attention. We offer discounts on our contingency fees to union members and military veterans.