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Pedestrian & Biking Injury Attorney in Beaufort SC

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Bicycle riders, pedestrians, joggers, and motor vehicles share the road on Beaufort SC and throughout the Lowcountry Area. Often people are invisible to distracted, inattentive drivers of cars, SUVs, vans, and trucks. Even if bicyclists and pedestrians follow the rules, they can be hit by distracted drivers who are not looking for bicyclists and pedestrians.

Bicycle and pedestrian accidents put the victim at risk for serious head injuries, back (spinal cord) injuries, fractures, or skin burns. If you or one


of your loved ones has been involved in a pedestrian accident of this nature, we understand your goal after going through such trauma is ensure that your medical bills are covered, that you do not suffer financially through any lost wages, and that you will continue to receive future treatment relating to your injury.

Elder abuse may arise from psychological, physical, or financial mistreatment. This could involve abuse, neglect, abandonment, or any treatment resulting in physical harm, mental suffering, or deprivation of necessities or essential services. This mistreatment could be at the hands of an institution such as a nursing home, or home care facility, or while under the care of a guardian or family member.

If you suspect that a family member or loved one is suffering or has suffered neglect or abuse in a nursing home, H. Grady Brown Law Firm will work to obtain compensation for their pain and suffering. We remain strong advocates for victims of elder abuse and other negligent and intentional actions.

Signs of nursing home abuse can include:
• Unexplained bruises, cuts, burns, sprains, etc.
• Bedsores or frozen joints
• Dehydration
• Sudden changes in behavior
• Staff refusing/delaying visitation
• Staff not allowing resident to be alone with visitor
• Sudden large withdrawals from bank accounts
• Abrupt changes in will or other financial documents
• Slips and falls
• Medication errors
• Odd behavior (fidgeting, rocking, nail biting, etc.)
• Uncharacteristic emotional outbursts or withdrawal

Communication is the key. If you notice any of these signs, speak with your loved one about what is happening.

Contact us
If you feel there might be a situation of abuse, please contact The Law Offices of H. Grady Brown at (843) 379-3900. We can inform you of how we may be able to stop the abuse or neglect, and also avenues for not only seeking compensation for the loved one's suffering, but also ensuring it doesn't happened to anyone else in the future. Consultation is always free.