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A serious head or brain injury can leave victims with a long-term condition, such as severe brain damage, and as a result considerably reduce their quality of life. If you have suffered a head injury, compensation can go some way to helping with your recovery and rehabilitation. But first you need a skilled solicitor to help establish that the accident was someone else’s fault, and then work out an appropriate compensation figure that will significantly improve your quality of life as much as possible.
If you or someone close to you has been involved in an accident and sustained a head or brain injury in the last three years due to somebody else’s negligence, you are entitled to make a claim. Call us now on 0800 10 757 95, complete our online form or speak to us using our live chat function.
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The types of head injury claims we handle the most
An explanation of the long-lasting effects of a head or brain injury
A look at how a head injury can lead to epilepsy
A list of the most frequently asked questions about head and back injuries
Including case studies and testimonials
When someone hits their head it can be very dangerous and often symptoms of serious injury are not apparent straight away. Head injuries happen frequently and can occur in any type of accident, including:
Regardless of how you have been injured, if the incident was caused by someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.
The consequences of a brain injury can be catastrophic, and any physical and cognitive issues can put a strain on your independence, as well as your family, social and working life. Effects can differ from case to case, with one person suffering different symptoms to another for the same kind of accident.
The effects are split into three categories - cognitive, physical and emotional - each with their own set of symptoms.
Head injuries can be painful and disruptive on their own, but when epilepsy develops as a result of a head injury, it can be life-changing for both you and your family. The condition tends to peak in the first two years after a head injury and remains much higher than normal for a long period of time after an incident.
If another individual or organisation was responsible for the head injury that resulted in your epilepsy, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.
A financial settlement will help you recoup lost earnings and allow you and your family to live securely if you’re unable to work. It can also help to fund trips to doctors and specialists, as well as help to get you the best rehabilitation and equipment available to help you after the accident.
At YouClaim, we aim to take the stress out of making a claim. Our solicitors have years of experience in handling specialist head and brain injury cases and, as members of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel, you can be certain you’re always dealing with legal experts. We can act on your behalf and will do everything within our power to ensure you are compensated for the serious injuries sustained.
Our vast experience means we know the complex issues you and your family are facing, and we treat each case with unparalleled professionalism and sensitivity. We will make sure that you have access to the rehabilitation services you need and will help you receive the best medical care available.
If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident and sustained a head or brain injury, get in touch with us today. We will assess your claim and help you pursue compensation for the pain and suffering caused.