A brain injury can result in disability, making tasks that were once easy incredibly difficult. Fortunately there are groups like Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) that want to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury. The long-term effects may not be know for some time following an accident, so it is imperative you don’t sign anything from the insurance company before getting legal advice from a Charleston attorney experienced in brain injury lawsuits.

Most people can not afford to pay for daily medical care out of their own pocket. The Clore Law Group has helped countless victims recover financial damages for their injuries. In some cases, the settlement or verdict was the only thing keeping the victim from financial devastation. We earn our fees when we win your case. You won’t feel pressured during our free consultation either. We’ll even come to you if you are unable to travel to our office. If you don’t contact us, please visit with another competent attorney– your future quality of life may depend on it!

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Traumatic brain injury is usually broken down into three classifications: severe, moderate, and mild. A brain injury may manifest as memory loss, impaired vision, loss of speech, migraines, post-traumatic stress disorder, sensory loss or paralysis, inability to concentrate or reduced mental capacity. Any of these conditions might prevent the person from ever returning to work. Clients often need round-the-clock supervision or nursing care, and special accommodations for daily life.

We work with families, doctors and rehabilitation specialists to arrange testing, document the extent of injury and calculate monetary needs. Whether caused by a closed head injury, exposure to toxic chemicals or oxygen deprivation, we will work to secure the maximum compensation.

About Brain Injuries

Charleston Brain Injury Attorney

A fall, a motorcycle accident, a rear-end collision or any blunt trauma to the spine can damage or sever the delicate spinal nerves. In most cases, paralysis and other spinal cord damage is permanent. An attorney can help clients readjust or build a new life by fighting for damages to cover their needs: nursing care, special equipment, physical therapy and vocational retraining. Aggressive investigation and calculating damages is only part of the solution. First the insurance company must be convinced their client caused the accident, and prove that the injuries are related.

Clore Law Group hires professional investigators, accident reconstructions, product engineers and other experts to demonstrate liability. We understand the importance of winning your case. If we believe you have a valid claim, we will invest our money and time into your claim– we are literally investing in your future. The sooner you contact us the better.

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