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Helping You Recover From Brain And Spinal Injuries

There are some types of injuries that may not get better over time. Brain and spinal injuries are examples of injuries that can change your life in an instant. Having a good Portsmouth brain injury lawyer can help you recover enough compensation to seek the best treatment so you can live your life as fully as possible.

At Elmore Law Office in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, we represent people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries or spinal cord damage in car crashes and other types of accidents caused by someone else’s negligence. In New Hampshire, you can recover compensation from the other party’s insurance company even if you are 50 percent at fault for the accident.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our law office at 800-926-7677.

Understanding Brain Injuries

Many brain injuries are not as self-evident as a broken bone would be. A person suffering a traumatic brain injury may seem a little off, forgetful or irritable. It’s easy for a general practice doctor to attribute the behavioral changes to medication or a response to pain. However, the symptoms can be long-lasting or permanent in nature. It often takes a trained neurologist to diagnose brain injuries so a victim can receive proper treatment.

Understanding Spinal Injuries

Most people think that a spinal injury means the victim is paralyzed and needs a wheelchair to get around. However, there are other spinal injuries such as herniated discs and ruptured discs that can be just as debilitating. The victim may incur a significant loss in earning capability as a result of the injury and may need vocational retraining.

Serious Spinal Cord Injuries

For those spinal cord injuries that are so serious that they render the victim a paraplegic or quadriplegic for life, we can seek full and fair compensation to cover expenses that include medical bills, future rehabilitative costs, daily care costs and emotional damage.

Get A Free Consultation

Do not delay to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney at our firm. It is as easy as calling 800-926-7677 or staying online to send your message. If you are not able to come to one of our office, we will come to you.