Brain Injury Compensation
Are you, or have you been suffering as a result of a brain injury? Brain injury manifests itself in all manner of ways. They are most commonly suffered by victims of road traffic accidents, falls and stroke, although there are certain instances where medical, or birth negligence has also played a part.
If you are currently suffering any form of brain injury, or have lost someone close to you as a result, our solicitors may be able to assist you gain appropriate brain injury compensation.
With access to a wide range of beneficial support services, our brain injury solicitors are among the UK’s foremost experts in handling brain injury claims. Support is provided from the outset – at no cost. Once assigned, your personal brain injury solicitor will help you build a case, with a view to ensuring you receive 100% compensation. This is offered on a default no win no fee basis, so you know where you stand with us at every stage during the compensation process.
Brain Injury Causes
The primary cause of brain injuries are road traffic accidents. Such injuries are prevalent among drivers and front seat passengers, as well as motorcyclists, bicycle users and pedestrians. These latter categories are often referred to as ‘increased risk’ minorities. Although protected by ‘crash’ helmets, the potential for head injury is far greater, due in no small part to the sheer force with which collisions can occur.
Slips, trips and falls generally account for the majority of other brain injury cases, but, worrying statistical spikes suggest that medical negligence is now a key factor too. Injuries arising from mishandled births and birth complications are on the rise. According to experts, many such cases involve victims starved of oxygen at birth due to midwife error, which can result in complications ranging from mild epilepsy, to severely debilitating brain damage.Claiming in the event of such negligence can be intimidating, but with our help, you could seek essential brain injury, or birth injury compensation. If you are in any doubt about brain injury claim eligibility, please contact one of our solicitors for immediate advice, today.