South Carolina Lawyers in the Golden Corner of South Carolina

If you haven't seen our billboards yet, be on the look out for these four guys with Trammell & Mills Law Firm, LLC. We may be blanketing the Golden Corner of South Carolina but only in an effort to keep you informed and educated on how to battle against those evil insurance companies and corporate entities trying to minimize your settlement or verdict.

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle collision, interstate trucking accident, slip and fall, dog bite incident, product liability claim, injured at work, and/or totally disabled and turned down by the Social Security Administration, you may need to contact us or learn more about your legal rights.

We look forward to helping you. Ask around, I am sure you will find someone we have helped.

Crashes and Falls Leading Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)

Traumatic Brain Injuries are said to be the leading cause of death in South Carolinians from the ages of 1-44, per statistics from the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina. The known leading causes for TBI are said to be falls and motor vehicle collisions according to the Brain Injury Association of America

As illustrated in a recent article in The Greenville News, TBI affects a range of cognitive, behavioral, emotional and physical functions, which can include anything from problems with short-term memory, personality changes and speech impediment to lack of coordination and persistent fatigue.  As awareness of these type injuries is increasing, there are still believed to be over 60,000 South Carolinians living with traumatic brain injuries.

Rebecca Hadel was in a t-bone collision when she sustained a traumatic brain injury, along with other severe physical injuries. The Greenville News article, "Recovering, Step by Step", highlights her personal story along with information about TBI.  As Hadel states in the article:

“Brain injuries don’t ever go away...”

 

To learn more about traumatic brain injuries and the resources available, click on any of the below links: