BRAIN INJURY SOLICITORS COMPENSATION CLAIMS
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Our lawyers are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts¹ who deal with brain injury compensation claims using a no win no fee arrangement. No legal charge is payable unless the legal case is won and the client obtains an award of compensation. In the event that the legal claim our brain injury solicitors make no charge to the client.
Brian Injury Accident
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) usually occurs when the head is subject to external trauma or is shaken violently. The consequences vary depending on the individual circumstances. In some cases there can be very serious long-term problems while in other cases there can be full recovery. A person living with the effects of TBI can encounter problems in many areas including talking, thinking, moving, reasoning, understanding, seeing, hearing and learning can all be affected, as can cognition, speech, judgment and memory. If the injury occured as a result of a 3rd partys negligence or deliberate actions you should speak to a brain injury compensation claims solicitor without delay.
There are many signs to indicate that a person is suffering from TBI which in most cases will justify a discussion with a brain injury compensation claims solitor if there is any possibility that the injury may have been caused by a negligent 3rd party:-
- headaches and migraines
- tiredness and fatigue
- muscles suddenly contract or tighten
- balance is unstable
- partly or completely paralyzed on both sides or one side of the body
- difficulties thinking and remembering
- trouble concentrating and paying attention
- difficulties talking and speaking with others
- problems reading and writing
- emotional, social and behavioural problems
- changes in moods such as becoming depressed and agitated
- lack of motivation
The most common cause of TBI is a road traffic accident. Injuries are also sustained through assaults, sports accidents and domestic and industrial accidents including falls from height. In most of these cases responsibility is likely to be the fault of another person and in those cases urgent advice should be sought from a brain injury compensation claims solitor. The term TBI does not refer to a person who was born with a brain injury, nor does it include damage sustained at birth. The term covers open or closed head injuries. An open head injury occurs where there is an open wound caused by a traumatic impact with a hard object that penetrates the skull. A closed head injury shows no sign of a wound and may be caused by impact or by rapidly changing acceleration or deceleration. Closed head injuries can be very severe and often go undiagnosed.
Personal Injury Solicitors
It is urged that anyone who suffers TBI seek specialist legal advice from a brain injury compensation claim solicitor. Recovering money can in no way compensate for the loss of faculties and independence but can ease financial burdens allowing the injured person and their loved ones to concentrate on rehabilitation. If you would like to talk to a lawyer who specialises in personal injury cases without any obligation just use the helpline or complete the contact form and a specialist personal injury solicitor will talk to you. All of our advocates operate on a no win no fee basis.
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