Charleston Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys
If you have suffered a closed head injury, a herniated disc or other brain and spinal cord injury, you need an attorney with experience to represent you. The issues are too complicated to trust to an inexperienced lawyer.
We have more than 55 combined years of experience as attorneys. At the West Virginia law firm of Freeman & Chiartas, we handle brain and spinal cord injuries as well as other types of personal injury claims.
Compared with other catastrophic injuries, like amputations or blindness, spinal cord injuries are the most complicated personal injury cases.
- Long-term care issues: The need for long-term care makes the calculation of damages much more complicated. We have the experience to help you.
- Use of experts: Because the injuries affect the victim for life, the right experts need to be involved to calculate the damages and determine causation. These experts include neuropathologists, life-care experts, economists and other experts.
- Other sensitive issues: Incontinence and the need for catheters can be serious and sensitive issues for many people suffering from catastrophic injuries. This can make things difficult in the trial.
Personal Care for Your Personal Injury Case
We take pride in this motto: personal care for your personal injury case. Since opening our law firm doors in 1991, we have made this kind of client-oriented service our highest priority. When you work with this law firm, your attorney, not our paralegals or assistants, will be your main point of contact throughout the duration of your case.
We also fight aggressively for your interests. Especially in a spinal cord or brain injury case, we prepare every case as if it's going to trial. When we are prepared, the other side is much more willing to negotiate an agreeable settlement for our clients.
Contact West Virginia Herniated Disc Lawyers
We offer a free initial consultation so that you can discuss your case with an attorney. Call our office or send us an e-mail for more information.