If you have suffered a spinal cord injury (the nerve bundle that goes from the base of the brain to the tailbone and is protected by the bony “vertebrae” of the spine), the extent of your injuries depends on at what level of the spinal cord you were injured.
Accidents in cars and other vehicles are a primary cause of traumatic brain injuries, but slip-and-falls, accidents at work, sports injuries, and physical assaults are also common reasons someone might suffer a brain injury.
Have you been injured while working in an oilfield in Charleston or a surrounding area in West Virginia? Have you recently lost a loved one due to an oil or gas explosion? If so, you must speak with our award-winning legal team.