Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer in Beaufort, South Carolina
Experience and Resources to Handle Big Cases
At Twenge + Twombley Law Firm, our Beaufort, SC brain injury lawyers understand the devastating, life-changing impact a traumatic brain injury or severe concussion can have on accident victims and their loved ones. The financial costs of living with a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI) can add up quickly and drain a family’s savings in a short period of time.
In some cases, a head injury might be apparent right away. For example, an injury victim may sustain an open head injury in which an object has penetrated the skull. In other instances, a brain injury might go undetected and untreated after an accident. This might occur with a closed head injury in which the brain is injured but the skull does not fracture. A family member or loved one may notice the victim is acting differently, which is a sign of brain injury. A prime example of a closed head injury is a concussion, which is technically a “mild” traumatic brain injury.
Like spinal cord injuries, a traumatic brain injury is almost always permanent, which means victims and their families may never get back the life they once had. Often, a brain injury means many surgeries, lengthy rehabilitation and physical therapy that result in a stream of bills for decades to come.
Contact Twenge + Twombley immediately if you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury or concussion. Call 866-452-6315 for a free case evaluation.
What types of accidents cause brain injuries?
Traumatic brain injuries and concussions can occur in many different types of accidents. A car accident, motorcycle accident or SUV rollover accident could result in a blow to the head that leads to a concussion or a more severe traumatic brain injury. Insurance companies may dismiss a slip and fall accident as being minor, but those types of accidents can cause a brain injury that requires immediate medical attention. Children may be even more susceptible to head injuries, with traumatic brain injuries one of the leading causes of death among children ages 4 and younger. Brain injuries are also a common cause of physical disability and cognitive impairment among children and adults of all ages.
What are the symptoms of a brain injury?
While a concussion or traumatic brain injury may be difficult to diagnose, friends and family of the victim can look for certain warning signs. Traumatic brain injury symptoms may include:
What is the impact of a brain injury?
Traumatic brain injuries can lead to the following conditions:
Contact Twenge + Twombley today
At Twenge + Twombley, we have obtained significant verdicts and settlements in South Carolina for clients who have suffered severe injuries. Our highly skilled attorneys put their knowledge and resources to work for each client. To get desired results, clients need attorneys who meticulously prepare a case and pay attention to every detail.
That’s what you get by retaining Twenge + Twombley. We are proud of the work we have done on behalf of clients who have suffered life-altering injuries, including concussions and traumatic brain injuries.
Contact us today. Our aggressive, determined traumatic brain injury attorneys are ready to stand up for you. Call 866-452-6315 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a free case consultation. We serve clients in Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head Island and other communities throughout South Carolina’s Lowcountry.
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