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Understanding The Long-Term Financial Consequences Of Brain And Spine Injuries

The experienced trial lawyers at Oxner & Stacy Law Firm LLC, are well-equipped to handle even the most serious personal injury cases. With years of experience, we have in-depth knowledge of South Carolina law as well as technical knowledge of the most successful courtroom strategies.

Presenting Brain Injury Cases

We represent the victims of mild, moderate and severe brain damage suffered in accidents. Our personal injury attorneys know how life-changing even a mild or moderate brain injury can be. Conveying this effectively to judges and juries is a critical component of recovering the money necessary to replace lost wages and pay for medical treatment.

We also help people who are injured at work maximize the amount they recover in workers’ compensation cases. In some instances, it is possible to file a third-party lawsuit and a workers’ compensation claim for the same injury. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.

Brain injuries can prevent people from working in their chosen careers, interacting with friends and family or participating in activities they once enjoyed. When juries know what this really means, you are more likely to be awarded the compensation you depend on to move forward.

Back And Spinal Cord Injuries

A spinal cord injury or disc injury can also have lasting effects. When you have been injured, the attorneys at Oxner & Stacy Law Firm LLC, represent you by holding negligent parties accountable for the harm they caused.

If your injuries limit your mobility, the lawyers at Oxner & Stacy Law Firm LLC, will travel to your home or hospital to meet with you. We will not only discuss your legal case, but also issues related to your health and long-term medical care.

Initial consultations are free and personal injury matters are taken on a contingency basis, meaning you will only pay an attorney fee if we obtain a recovery for you.