For a free consultation on how to claim compensation for brain injuries, call our freephone on 08000 488 884 or claim online. Our No Win, No Fee Brain Injury Claims Solicitors will give you professional and confidential advice on how and what to claim.
If you or your family member has suffered a brain injury that you or they are not responsible for, we can offer professional, specialised advice and help in pursuing a claim.
Our Personal Injury Solicitors will help you on No Win No Fee basis, which means that our clients have no financial risk in claiming against the guilty party. We provide full support during your claim process.
Our No Win, No Fee Brain Injury Claims Solicitors can provide support for the family and the person who has suffered a head injury. It is our intention to seek the maximum compensation in order to adequately reflect how life altering a brain injury can be.
Home and hospital visits can be arranged for people who cannot attend one of our offices in England, Scotland and Wales.
We are proudly supporting The Law Society Personal Injury Campaign ‘Don’t get mugged by an insurer’. Its aim is to encourage accident victims to seek expert legal advice related to personal injury claims. source: https://www.lawsociety.org.uk
No matter how severe a brain injury might be, it is vital to seek advice from a reliable and professional company. There are many ways in which a brain injury can occur, from a car or traffic accident to medical negligence. If brain injury you have suffered was the fault of someone else, you should seek specialised advice regarding brain injury claims.
A severe brain injury can completely change your life and the life of your family, resulting in one needing live-in care, adapted transport as well as adapted housing. A severe brain injury can affect a person’s behaviour and personality, but it can also have a significant impact on their physical capabilities. A person who has suffered a severe brain injury can have difficulty walking, standing or even speaking. Epilepsy can also be a result of a severe head injury.
There are all kinds of brain injury, mild and severe, simple and complex. What might seem to be a minor injury can result in changes in behavior, personality and the way brain functions – the changes often being so small that only a neurologist might be able to discern the symptoms or the causes. The main three types of head injury are:
Concussion: This is the most common and minor type of head injury the effects of which are usually temporary but may include headaches and problems with concentration, memory, balance and coordination. They are usually caused by a blow to the head, but can also be a result of violent shaking of the head or upper body. Some people may not even realise they have concussions, therefore it is important to monitor even the slightest symptoms. When ignored, they can lead to a more severe brain injury.
Open: This is any damage which penetrates the skull. It does not necessarily include a brain injury, but may cause bleeding within the brain’s tissues or pressing the skull bones into brain tissue. It is often a result of the head being subject to strong force. Start your brain injury claims simply call us free on 08000 488 884 or enquiry on-line.
Closed:This type of head injury not break open your skull or penetrate brain tissue, but can still cause bruising or swelling of the brain. If you require medical treatment and/or rehabilitation support, it is vital to contact the brain injury claims solicitor as soon as possible so we can assist with your rehabilitation timely. Start your brain injury claims simply call us free on 08000 488 884 or enquiry on-line.
In some cases, a brain injury can lead to legal incapacity where the person suffering from the injury might need assistance in handling financial matters. For obvious reasons, in this case specialised advice is needed. We can offer specialised advice regarding the process of seeking compensation, as well as seeking a rehabilitation centre or other help that may be needed, as well as setting up a plan to help handle financial affairs.
First, we need to know some important details about your accident, such as where and how it happened, and about the injuries you have suffered. We will also ask you about any medical treatment that you have already received.
A No Win, No Fee Brain Injury Claims Solicitors that specialises in head injury claims will review your case basing
If you require medical treatment and/or rehabilitation support after a work accident, it is vital to contact the brain injury solicitor as soon as possible so it could be arranged at the earliest stage of your claim.
Free Accident Helpline is regulated by the Claims Management Regulator and we will always provide you with the best and experienced brain injury claims solicitors fighting for justice on your side.