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Brain Injury Lawyers in Charleston, WV - Brain injury Scan

Brain Injury Lawyers in Charleston, WV

Charleston, WV Brain Injuries

222 Capitol Street, Suite 200A
Charleston, WV 25301

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Charleston, WV Brain Injuries

Injuries to the brain can have devastating, lifelong consequences. The brain is a highly complex organ, and although doctors have learned a great deal about how it works, some functions remain a mystery. This means that brain injuries can be particularly difficult to diagnose and treat.

Even moderate brain injuries can affect your ability to work, your quality of life, and your personality. Despite these significant effects, it’s not always easy to prove the existence of a moderate brain injury.

That’s why the brain injury attorneys at Morgan & Morgan in Charleston work with leading neurologists and psychologists in West Virginia and across the country to help brain injury victims recover the compensation they need.

If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, and you think another party may have been at fault, contact us for a free case evaluation.

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  • What Are the Causes of Brain Injuries?

    Brain injuries can be blunt force injuries to the head — for example, car crashes where a person’s head strikes the dashboard, or construction accidents where heavy materials fall on a worker’s head. In these instances, the driver responsible for the crash or the company overseeing the construction site could be held liable for the injury.

    However, other types of sudden movements that involve rapid acceleration, deceleration, or change in direction can also cause trauma to the brain. Unfortunately, even minor impacts or traumas can substantially affect brain function.

  • How a Brain Injury Can Affect Your Life

    Victims of brain injuries can experience a wide range of symptoms. The brain is a very complex organ, and even similar injuries can cause different outcomes in different people. Some common symptoms of traumatic brain injuries include the following:

    • Balance problems
    • Confusion or other cognitive issues
    • Speech disruptions
    • Headaches
    • Memory loss
    • Seizures
    • Personality changes

    Depending on the severity of the brain injury, symptoms may resolve in days or weeks, or they may last much longer. Some brain injuries can cause permanent damage.

    Many brain injuries are clearly identifiable on CT scans, but this is not always the case. Mild and moderate brain injuries may not show up on diagnostic scans, so cognitive testing and observation may be required to form a diagnosis.

  • How a Morgan & Morgan Attorney Can Help You

    If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, the physical and psychological pain is great, and unfortunately, the financial costs can be devastating as well. Our skilled and compassionate attorneys in Charleston can investigate your case and determine whether you may be owed compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

    Our attorneys will work with medical experts to determine the full extent of your injuries so you can receive the best possible settlement or award at trial. We have the resources, reputation, and experience to obtain the results you deserve.

  • Contact a Brain Injury Attorney in Charleston

    Brain injuries can change your life forever. If you have been injured in an accident and have suffered symptoms of traumatic brain injury, America’s largest personal injury law firm can help secure your financial future so you can focus on getting better.

    It costs nothing up front to hire us, and we don’t get paid unless we win your case. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.

Last updated on Dec 29, 2022