Car Accident Brain Injury
Accidents on the road are the single most prevalent cause of brain injury in the UK. Car drivers, passengers, motorcyclists and bicycle owners belong to a category at increased risk of car accident brain injury, especially if they commute on a daily basis via busy roads. City roads and motorways are not the only places such accidents can occur; in fact, statistics show there is as great a risk of a car accident in suburban areas, at level crossings and outlying rural areas. Pedestrians are also at risk, due in no small part to the lack of protective shell or clothing that could take the brunt of the impact.
If you have suffered a car accident brain injury, or you are the guardian of a child who has been injured in a road traffic accident, we strongly advise seeking guidance regarding brain injury compensation.
Our brain injury solicitors have encountered thousands of individuals suffering brain injury as a result of a car accident; individuals and families whom are often unsure about their eligibility for a car accident brain injury claim. With our help, these non-fault accident victims have been able to secure justice and 100% compensation, as part of our dedicated no win no fee service.
Complete our short online form to find out whether you can claim.
Brain Injuries Caused By Non-Fault Car Accidents
Car accident brain injury most frequently occurs when the head is jolted or hit due to a sudden, unprecedented impact. If you are driving at 30 mph and your car is struck, your brain will feel more force of the impact than most other parts of the body. Depending upon the severity of the incident, car traffic accident victims may be fortunate to walk away with little more than mild concussion, but, for a growing majority of cases, head injuries are far more serious. Anomalies on the brain as result of car accidents range from complex swelling and tears to the tissue, to internal bleeding and bruising. All have potentially life-altering and life threatening conditions associated with them.
If you have been involved in a car accident and sustained a blow to the head, medical attention should be your foremost concern. Even if you are given a clean bill of health upon your initial visit to hospital, you should return immediately if you feel dizzy, disoriented or nauseous at any time.
Making A Brain Injury Claim
Any car accident has the potential to be catastrophic. Not only is the future well-being of the person involved a major consideration, additional anxieties arising from loss of earnings, spiraling medical costs and traumatic stress can put a strain upon even the most close-knit of families. Our brain injury solicitors know that this is an exceptionally difficult time for all involved, which is why they pledge to keep you informed every step of the way. They will investigate every aspect of the case as part of our no win, no fee commitment and could uncover additional damages you probably hadn’t thought of.
As part of our car accident brain injury service, we will endeavour to seek additional support from the many services we have at our disposal. This means that in certain circumstances*, we may be able to secure interim care with a specialist, provide funding for rehabilitation costs or make travel arrangements in the event you have to travel long distance to visit a medical expert. Our ultimate goal is to ensure you seek the very best treatment and support possible, whilst we focus upon getting you the compensation you deserve.
*Not all cases may qualify for interim financial support.
To find out if you qualify for our no win no fee car accident claim assistance, please call our advice line on the free phone number above to speak with one of our advisers. If you would prefer to correspond via email, or arrange a mutually convenient time for us to call, please complete the short online form provided.