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Brain Injury Attorney in Beaufort SC

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According to the Brain Injury Association of America, over 1.5 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury every year. At least 50,000 of those people will die from their brain injury while another 80,000 will have long-term disabilities associated with the injury.

This type of damage occurs when the brain is driven into the side of the skull by a sudden blow, by a shaking force, or "whiplash" and include:

  • Closed-head injuries, or concussions when the head violently hits an object and the skull remains intact. Concussions are not generally

considered life threatening, but they can have serious consequences (especially if the victim receives repeated brain injuries).

  • Brain contusions - Causing bruising and tears to brain tissue.
  • Penetrating head injuries such as those in firearm use
  • Skull fractures occur when the bone(s) of the skull cracks or breaks, while depressed skull fractures are the result of the broken bones entering the brain.
  • Hematomas are dangerous blood clots that are pushed against the skull and cause pressure.

    Dedicated to the Client
    Traumatic brain injuries are complicated, long-lasting and life altering. Brain injury victims are entitled to sue for damages including medical costs and lost wages, along with pain and suffering and possibly punitive damages.

  • The attorneys at H. Grady Brown Law Firm know how to deal with insurance companies and medical practitioners. We will work to recover maximum compensation for damages, which may be necessary to support you and your rehabilitation for a long time, possibly the rest of your life.

    If you or someone you care about has suffered a traumatic brain injury, please contact us at (843) 379-3900 for a free consultation.

    We represent all types of victims of personal injury, including those who have limited resources and who could not otherwise fully pursue the compensation they deserve. If we pursue your case, we will work on a full contingency fee basis - meaning that there is never any charge to the client until you receive a monetary recovery through settlement or trial. This includes advancing all associated expenses for experts & investigators, filing fees and other expenses associated with obtaining the maximum claim recovery possible. And if no recovery is made, then there will be no charge at all to the client.