Brain Injury: What you need to know

The effects of a brain injury can be devastating, both for the injured person, and for those around them.

Lives can dramatically change in an instant. From that moment, that person may need care and support that often comes at a huge emotional and financial cost. Knowing where to turn for support can often be difficult, especially when you suspect that things should have been different or that the injury could have been avoided.

Our brain injury lawyers have helped many families who have found themselves in exactly this position.  We won’t tell you we know exactly what you’re going through, but we do understand the difficulties that brain injury brings and can guide you along every step of the way.

Whether you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, either as a result of failings in medical treatment or an accident or an assault, we can help. Our lawyers know that it can be daunting to take the first steps in bringing a brain injury compensation claim, or to find out whether a claim is even possible, but we are happy to talk things through and answer your questions, at no cost and no obligation.

As specialist brain injury lawyers, our aim is to make the legal side of things as straightforward for you as possible, and concentrate on getting the best compensation to provide for your needs, whether that is rehabilitation, care, better accommodation, specialist aids and equipment, or all of those things and more.  Basically, we can help you obtain everything that is needed to bring back a quality of life, for you and your family.

Brain injury claims can arise in many different circumstances, but all claims have one thing in common - that someone has been negligent and caused the brain injury to happen.

In a medical situation, it might be that a doctor, nurse or other medical professional has provided negligent care.

Or, the brain might have been damaged in a traumatic accident, such as in a road accident or by a fall, or by being the victim of an assault. If something like this has happened to you or your loved one and has resulted in a brain injury, take a look at the Traumatic Brain Injury section of our site for more information.

In the most tragic of cases, brain injury can lead to death. Whether caused by medical negligence or by an accident, those left behind may be able to make a claim for compensation.

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