Spinal and Brain Injuries
Charleston, South Carolina Attorneys Experienced in Spinal and Brain Injuries
Actions to Recover for Damages due to Spinal or Brain Injury
Damage to the brain or spinal cord is life-altering. Victims often suffer partial or total paralysis, loss of motor function, loss of cognitive ability, loss of memory, changes in personality, etc. Treatment and rehabilitation is a very long process, often requiring months or years of therapy or long-term stays in a hospital or other facility. This does not even begin to account for the victim’s loss of lifetime earning capacity or the phenomenal expense required for long-term in-home care and medication.
No amount of money can return the injured person to her pre-injury health, but victims and their families often underestimate the amount of time and expense necessary to treat, rehabilitate, and recover from such a traumatic injury. If you or a loved one has suffered such an injury, be wary of any offer of settlement from negligent parties. They (and their insurers) often recognize the long-term recovery necessary in such cases and are quick to present what looks like an attractive settlement, knowing that the true expenses are many times more than what they offer.
Let the knowledgeable attorneys at Williams & Walsh handle the vast amount of documents and paperwork generated in these types of cases, contact the necessary professionals for injury specific insight and advice, and pursue the litigation necessary to obtain the compensation you are entitled to receive.
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Our free consultation includes an initial meeting with you to discuss your case and review any paperwork you may have relating to your property. Following the initial free consultation, we generally represent and charge clients for our legal services on contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay attorney fees if we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. Our fee, if we are successful, is a percentage of the total compensation we obtain for you. We generally cover all costs while your case is pending which is reimbursed to the firm after the contingency fee is calculated. You are not responsible for reimbursement of costs if there is no recovery.