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What Makes an Injury Catastrophic?
What Makes an Injury Catastrophic?

Under federal law, an injury becomes catastrophic when it takes away your ability to work and earn a living. According to Title 34, §10284 of United States Code ( 34 USC 10284 ): “ ’catastrophic injury’ means an injury, the direct and proximate consequences of which ...

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