When Bad Things Happen To Good People, We're Here To Help
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Fighting For Traumatic Brain Injury Victims

Brain injuries are challenging. The extent of the injury may not be immediately obvious, and deficits may continue to appear for days or months after the accident. The injury may be subtle, and the victim may require extensive testing to obtain an accurate diagnosis. At our Huntington, West Virginia, law firm, Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, we help people who have suffered brain injuries. We know how to investigate these cases and develop strong arguments for compensation.

When bad things happen to good people, we’re here to help.

As lifelong residents of the region, our lawyers understand the concerns of our clients. We know the frustration they feel when mental tasks that were once second nature to them are no longer easy. We share their anxiety when they are no longer able to provide for their families as they once did. We rejoice with them when they achieve recovery milestones.

When assisting a client who suffered a brain injury in an accident caused by negligence, we assess the impact of the injury on our clients’ lives, families and jobs. We work closely with our clients’ treating physicians. We consult with recognized medical and psychological experts and specialists to demonstrate and explain to a jury how the injury to the brain affects the client’s functionality. We employ skilled investigators to investigate the accident that caused the injury.

We handle brain injury cases in which the injury was caused by:

The injuries sustained by our clients after accidents such as these range from mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) to catastrophic injury that leaves the victim in a permanent vegetative state. We know that these types of injuries can raise all types of family issues and are sensitive to the fact that while we are officially representing the injured person, the family of our client is a central part of the case. We take the time to learn about all the people affected by our client’s injury. This allows us to tell his or her story as effectively as possible.

West Virginia Brain Injury Lawyers

At Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, we help clients who suffered catastrophic injuries. Please contact our Huntington brain injury lawyers to discuss how we can assist you.

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