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What Long-Term Recovery from Brain Injury Means to Your Personal Injury Case

Monty Desai | Partner & Attorney | CLG

Each year, approximately 2.8 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that results in a trip to the Emergency Department, hospitalization, or death, according to the CDC. While many mild brain injuries like concussions resolve quickly with no problem, more severe brain injuries can cause devastating long-term problems.  If you’ve sustained a moderate or severe brain injury in a motor vehicle accident, a fall, or another accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be wondering how it affects your personal injury case and what you can recover. Here are some points to consider....

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The Carolina Law Group Attorneys Named to 2019 Legal Elite of the Upstate

For the fifth year in a row, attorneys from The Carolina Law Group have been named to the Legal Elite of the Upstate List by Greenville Business Magazine. Matthew Whitehead received the most votes for Personal Injury Law, while Mitchell K. Byrd, Jr. was listed among the elite for Workers’ Compensation Law, Nihar M. Patel was listed for both Personal Injury and Criminal Law, and Monty D. Desai was listed in the elite for Criminal Law the August 2019 issue....

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What if I Didn’t Report My Work Injury the Day it Happened?

Mitchell Byrd, Attorney, The Carolina Law Group

The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission (SCWCC) has set rules for exactly how work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths are compensated, including time limits with respect to reporting an accident and filing a claim. If you were injured at work, you may be wondering if you made a mistake by not reporting the injury to your employer the day it happened. Here’s what the SCWCC has to say about it....

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Filing a Wrongful Death Suit After a Car Accident

Nihar Patel | Attorney Greenville SC

In car accidents that result in death, the driver at fault may or may not face criminal charges brought by the state. A wrongful death claim is different because it is a civil matter, and according to South Carolina code, must be brought by the deceased’s executor or administrator, or in their name. If your loved one has died in a car accident, you may be considering filing a wrongful death claim yourself. Here’s what you need to know....

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