A head injury can affect people in different ways, even when the accidents in which they are sustained are similar. They are the kind of injury that can take some time for the symptoms to develop, and when they do it can make things very distressing for those affected and that’s what makes getting head injury advice in Pontarddulais so important.
A lot of head injury victims are left with short-term injuries such as concussion, caused when they bang their heads. This can result in a few days of dizziness, nausea and headaches with little or no long-lasting damage.
However, there are also people who are left with much more serious head injuries, such as fractured skulls and even brain damage, it all depends on the severity of the accident and even where the person is when the incident takes place.
A study undertaken by YouGov in 2015 revealed that one in four UK adults had suffered some kind of personal injury with road traffic accidents the most common with just over half of participants saying that they had been in an accident on the roads and that they had chosen to get legal advice or even made a compensation claim based on their injuries.
Free head injury advice in Pontarddulais
In a lot of these cases, the chances are that they would have sought head injury advice in Pontarddulais so that they can understand the options available to them, and you can too.
Accident Advice Helpline have a team of highly experienced and friendly solicitors available to use their expertise on head injury claims to advise potential claimants on the kind of information we would need to help you to make a claim, along with the essential advice you’re looking for in terms of what to do.
This advice is absolutely free and you are under no obligation to go on and make a claim just because you’ve spoken to us. There are also no fee*s to pay in relation to getting your claim started as we work on a 100% no-win no-fee* basis across head injury cases and all other personal injury claims, with the only money we take capped at 25% of any settlement you are awarded in a successful case.
How to make your claim
While you weigh up your decision over whether or not you would like to make a claim, you can take our free online test that will enable you to find out if you might be entitled to make a claim. It takes just 30-seconds to complete and all you need to do is answer a few simple questions about what happened.
If you are eligible then you decide what happens next as you’re under no obligation, and you have up to three years from the date of the accident to make your claim – so if you’ve been unsure in the past, it may not be too late.
If you would like to find out more information about making a claim or to get any specialist head injury advice, don’t hesitate to contact us for free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 23rd October 2015
Author: David Brown