A brain injury can be devastating and have a severe impact on every part of your life. If you are looking to make a brain injury claim, it’s important to find a solicitor that you trust.
Your solicitor should be able to help and support you through the process and have enough experience to get you the best possible outcome.
Types of brain injury claims
Brain damage caused by medical negligence covers a wide range of injuries, which include:
- birth injury and cerebral palsy claims
- delays in diagnosing a sub-arachnoid haemorrhage
- anaesthetic complications during surgery.
We have in-depth knowledge of dealing with all kinds of complex claims, so even if you’re not sure whether your injury falls into one of these categories, you may still be able to claim. Whilst money won’t solve all the problems you may be facing, it can go a long way to helping with your rehabilitation and quality of life.
Brain injury claims – the process
Once you have contacted us for an initial discussion, we feel it’s really important to meet face to face. Meeting in person makes it much easier for us to get to know each other, so you feel comfortable with your solicitor and we can get a better understanding of your individual needs. We have clients all over the country and are happy to come and visit you in your home if you prefer.
Our team of specialist solicitors will then investigate your claim thoroughly. We have access to the best independent medical experts and barristers and, whilst our main aim is to establish the negligent treatment, we can also assess all your future needs and requirements for rehabilitation.
The cost of your injury isn’t just physical and financial, but psychological also. We know it can sometimes be hard to come forward with a claim about medical treatment and we will do everything we can to help, whatever your situation.
Through other specialist departments within the firm we can help you get all the assistance you are entitled to and ensure any compensation will be managed in the best way possible. We work closely with our Court of Protection solicitors, who provide advice and assistance on protecting and managing the affairs of anyone with mental incapacity.
Making a claim
We’ve helped hundreds of clients and had many success stories. We know that contacting us is a big step, as it’s often not easy to discuss medical treatment that has gone wrong. We will listen to you and give you clear, free advice on whether your case should be pursued.
Contact us today on 0800 0382 382.
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