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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Concussion claim

    Compensation for post-concussion syndrome


    Have you heard of post-concussion syndrome before? No doubt you are aware of concussion, an injury that may potentially occur after a blow to the head. Not everyone who suffers a head injury will have concussion, and not everyone who has concussion will go on to develop post-concussion syndrome. This syndrome is sometimes referred to….

    How to claim concussion compensation


    Concussion can be experienced when someone has a head injury. The term refers to a condition that occurs when the brain moves around inside the skull as the result of a head injury. This in turn results in a number of symptoms that may be quite unpleasant to suffer from at the time. However, the….

    How to treat someone who was knocked out


    Would you know how to treat someone who was knocked out? Not everyone does, and this could mean the wrong decisions are made when someone is injured. Someone may recover consciousness very quickly, but even if they do, it doesn’t necessarily mean they are okay. A loss of consciousness is only part of the situation…..

    Compensation for child concussion injuries


    Sometimes it seems like children are always getting into scrapes – falling over and grazing their knees, breaking bones after falling out of trees or having accidents in the playground at school. But what if your child has been injured, through no fault of their own, and you believe somebody else is to blame? Child….

    Top tips for treating concussion


    Concussion can occur when someone suffers a head injury. For example, they may fall and hit their head on the ground, or be hit by something. Either way, the brain can move around violently inside the skull and cause symptoms that may indicate a concussion. Treating concussion should be done by medical professionals. If someone….

    Compensation for school rugby concussion


    Concussion is a condition that can result from a head injury, regardless of how that injury is caused. Children tend to be a little more prone to suffering from concussion than adults with all other things being equal. They may also be more prone to a slower recovery because of their age and the effect….

    Concussion injury advice


    If you have been involved, through no fault of your own, in an accident  that has resulted in concussion, you may be able to seek concussion injury advice. The specialist legal team at Accident Advice Helpline can help. We will discuss your situation with you, and if you have a strong case we can start the….

    What to do if you suffer concussion at work


    Concussion can potentially occur if you suffer any kind of blow to the head. The blow normally has to be significant in order for concussion to occur; however, the severity of the concussion can vary from case to case. While people involved in contact sports can suffer from it, it can also occur to anyone….

    Claiming compensation for sports concussion


    Concussion injuries usually occur when someone has a serious blow to the head and can be very mild or severe, depending on the injury. Symptoms of concussion include confusion, pain, memory loss and dizziness or ‘seeing spots’. This type of injury can be caused by a simple slip, trip or fall or it can be….

    Failure to diagnose concussion


    Concussion is a common, but less serious, type of brain injury that causes brief loss of consciousness, some memory loss and vision disturbances. It is usually the result of a severe bump to the head and a person suffering from minor concussion can normally recover quickly without treatment. More severe symptoms may include seizures, bleeding….

    Why are trampoline park concussions common?


    Although with proper supervision and well-trained staff trampoline parks are generally quite safe places to be, it is still true that accidents can happen there and injuries can be sustained. One of the more common injuries sustained at trampoline parks is concussion. Here we look at what concussion is and why trampoline park concussions are….

    Compensation for school football concussion


    Football is an active game that is played at many schools. The rules are learned at a young age and while few players will ever go on to play football for a living, many kids do enjoy it and keep fit by playing it. Fortunately school football concussion is quite rare given the number of….

    First Aid Guide – Treating concussion


    Concussion is when the brain is ‘shaken’ usually by a blow to the head. Concussion can be caused by falls, a blow in a fight, sports injury or car accident. Concussion doesn’t cause lasting damage to the brain but it does temporarily disrupt normal brain activity. Casualties suffering from concussion will make a full recovery,….

    The dangers of concussion


    Concussion is the most common and least serious brain injury, which occurs after a blow to the head or other head injury. Symptoms of concussion can include: Memory loss Vision disturbances Brief loss of consciousness Confusion If you’re suffering from concussion, you should seek medical help, to rule out the possibility of any more serious….

    Who’s to blame for my concussion?


    A concussion is caused by a blow to the head which can cause the victim to be become unconscious and suffer confusion and memory loss. If you have been injured following an accident you may be wondering, “Who’s to blame for my concussion?” Expert advice can help answer this question and help you understand where….

    Advice on claiming for concussion


    Concussion is usually the result of trauma to the head, and could be suffered after a car accident, accident in a public place or an accident at work. However your accident has happened, if somebody else was to blame for it, you could consider claiming for concussion within three years of your accident. Whilst concussion….

    Average healing time for concussion


    Concussion occurs when someone suffers a head injury. It is a brain injury, but thankfully it is typically a minor one. You may not always suffer concussion when suffering from a head injury, but it can occur if the blow is heavy enough for you to briefly lose consciousness or become momentarily confused or forgetful….

    How to claim severe concussion compensation


    Concussion is the loss of mental function after a head injury, and it’s considered to be the least serious type of brain injury. Whilst most mild concussions result in minor symptoms which resolve in a few days or weeks, if you have suffered a severe concussion you could be at risk of a brain haemorrhage….

    Compensation for major concussion


    Any head injury has the potential to cause concussion. It is actually quite common and even though it can bring forth some unpleasant symptoms it doesn’t usually last long. Someone suffering from concussion may lose consciousness for a short period following the head injury. They may also experience problems with their vision or be confused….

    Concussion injury claim


    Accidents resulting in personal injury can occur almost anywhere – in the home, whilst at work or when out and about for leisure purposes. A common result of an accident is a head injury to the victim that can in some cases be life threatening. If you are involved in an accident that is not….

    Concussion claim


    A concussion claim could potentially stem from any accident whereby you suffered concussion due to someone else’s negligence. This could relate to an accident at work, on the road, or indeed anywhere else. While understanding how you could develop concussion can sometimes help you avoid this injury, it doesn’t always follow that you can do….

    Who’s to blame for a concussion?


    A concussion is a head injury caused by a blow or trauma to the head, for example after a fall or in a car accident. You might have suffered a concussion after a fall from scaffolding at work, a car accident or even a slip or trip in a public place. If you’re wondering who….

    Treating concussion


    Did you need help treating concussion? It would be difficult to put an exact number on the number of accidents that occurred in the United Kingdom last year. And by the end of this year that number may well have risen, depending when certain factors are taken into account. That said, for every one person….

    The symptoms of concussion


    Are you suffering from the symptoms of concussion? Have you been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault? Did the accident happen within the last three years? Did you need to receive medical treatment for your injuries and in particular treatment for the symptoms of concussion? If you did, then you could be eligible….

    The long term effects of concussion


    Are you suffering the long term effects of concussion? Have you been injured in an accident where you sustained concussive injuries? Did that accident result from the negligence of someone else? Has the accident happened within the last three years? If you are able to answer these questions with yes, then you could be entitled….

    The cost of claiming for concussion


    Do you know the cost of claiming for concussion injuries? Can you remember what you were thinking in the moments directly after your accident? We can guarantee you weren’t thinking about making a personal injury claim but now that a period of time has elapsed you may want to rethink that. The cost of claiming….

    How you develop concussion


    Need information on how you develop concussion? There are many thousands of accidents in the United Kingdom every year and among the injuries sustained in a large percentage of them is concussion. But are you wondering how you develop concussion and what are the effects of such as an injury? As personal injury specialists securing….

    Concussion


    Have you suffered a concussion? Although a concussion isn’t normally considered to be a very serious head injury, it is still an injury that requires medical intervention and monitoring. As with any type of head injury, it can be difficult to determine exactly how extensive the damage is so it’s important to get professional help….

    Claiming for concussion


    Did you want help claiming for concussion related injuries? Have you been injured in an accident that you had no control over? Did that accident leave you suffering from injuries that were identified as concussion? Did the accident occur within the last three years? Did you receive medical treatment for your injuries? Answering all of….

    How much for whiplash and concussion injuries?


    What is concussion? Any blow to the head can be serious, and in some cases, concussion may occur. If you are in a car accident, it’s possible the impact could cause you to strike your head on a side window if you are hit from the side. The speeds involved in a car accident could….


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