Legal Support For TBI Victims

You hear about people who suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBI), but you never think it will happen to you. When it does, it can feel like the whole world is crashing down.

At Furr & Henshaw, we have more than 40 years of experience representing clients in TBI cases. Our commitment to excellence and our diligence in pursuing proper and just compensation has led to several successes throughout our careers. We have made a difference in countless lives. Let us help make a difference in yours.

Contact our offices in Myrtle Beach or Columbia today to discuss your case in a free initial consultation. We help people throughout South Carolina who suffer from traumatic brain injuries resulting from surgical errors and other forms of medical malpractice. We can help you, too.

Brain Injury Facts

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 1 million people suffer from brain injuries every year, resulting in more than $60 billion in medical care. Medical negligence accounts for a surprising number of these injuries.

The lifelong effects of brain injuries include, but are not limited to, speech problems, loss of motor functions, memory loss, personality changes and mental retardation. Some may result in wrongful death.

As a firm, we are extremely thorough in identifying the exact injury, its effects and the cost of rebuilding your life. We work closely with a network of medical and financial experts to help determine an appropriate amount of compensation, and you can be sure we will not accept anything less than the full amount you deserve.

Dedicated Advocates

Furr & Henshaw has been a longtime advocate for the rights of persons with traumatic brain injuries. Our experienced lawyers have extensive knowledge of medical issues and are able to bring both justice and assistance to clients whose brain injury symptoms appear subtle and difficult to detect at first glance.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that at least 5.3 million Americans — approximately 2 percent of the U.S. population — currently have a long-term or lifelong need for help with daily living activities due to a traumatic brain injury. The signs and symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can be subtle. Symptoms may not appear until days or even weeks following the injury or may even be missed as people may look fine on the outside even though they may act or feel differently. Traumatic brain injuries can cause a wide range of functional changes affecting thinking, sensation, language and emotions. It can also cause epilepsy and increase the risk for conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other brain disorders that become more prevalent with age.

Contact Us For Legal Support

If you or a member of your family recently suffered a traumatic brain injury due to medical malpractice, contact Furr & Henshaw today. Your initial consultation is free of obligation and charge. You will pay us no attorneys' fees unless we are able to recover compensation in your case.

You can call us at 800-648-2947 or reach us online.