For many people who suffer a serious brain or head injury, the damage it causes will mean life will never be the same.
Head injuries can vary in severity, from mild concussion to permanent traumatic or anoxic brain damage which can leave people as a shadow of their former selves. Brain injuries can come about for a range of reasons, including:
- Road traffic collisions
- Medical negligence
- Slips and trips
- Workplace or industrial accidents
If you or a loved one suffers a traumatic brain injury or a concussion as a result of an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you have the right to claim compensation.
Making a compensation claim following a serious brain injury can be a testing time, and that is why you need the support and guidance of a personal injury solicitor you can rely on. Our expert lawyers are adept at dealing with such complex claims and will be on-hand every step of the way to help you and your family deal with the trauma and get as close as possible to how life was before the head injury was acquired.
The compensation you receive will be dependent on several factors, including the seriousness of your brain injury, the damage it has done to your life, any current or future loss of earnings and any financial support you need to pay for specialist care or adjustments at home.