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SPINE INJURY SOLICITORS - ACCIDENT COMPENSATION CLAIMS


HELPLINE 0844 332 0308

Our lawyers are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts¹ who deal with spinal injury compensation claims using a no win no fee arrangement. If you would like to talk to a spine injury solicitor without any further obligation just use the helpline or complete the contact form or email our offices and a specialist personal injury lawyer will speak with you on the phone.

Spine Injury Negligence

Spinal cord injury (SCI) can lead to lack of function, feeling and/or physical movement. The most common cause of SCI is mechanical trauma including vehicle collisions, falls from height and gunshot wounds. In each of these cases it may be that a 3rd party is liable in negligence and you should not delay in taking advice from a spinal injury compensation claims solicitor.

Complete & Incomplete Spinal Injury

The spinal cord is the nerve pathway that connects the brain to the extremities and allows electronic messages to be sent from the brain to different parts of the body controlling movement, function and sensation. There are two basic types of spinal cord injury :-

  • Complete - the sufferer experiences no sensations and no voluntary movement below the point of damage.
  • Incomplete - the sufferer can experience some sensations and some movement below the point of damage.

Evidence

Many victims of SCI require regular and ongoing medical care to help them lead the most independent life possible. A specialist spine injury solicitor will be able to give you advice about personal injury compensation claims in a court of law. If a claim is to be pursued, it is vital that an experienced spinal injury solicitor be involved in the early stages. Evidence in support of a compensation claim needs to be collected as soon as possible.

HELPLINE 0844 332 0308

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