Do you wish to proceed with an injury claim in Styal?
Styal is a village in Cheshire. It is on the River Bollin near to the town of Wilmslow. Styal is a commuter village, with access to Manchester. Hopefully, none of the residents will ever be involved in an accident that was not their fault. That way, they will never need to make an injury claim in Styal.
Head injuries can lead to brain injuries and can even lead to having to make an injury claim in Styal
Our brain is one of the most fragile parts of our body, and in the event of a head injury, is easily damaged, often beyond repair. The majority of head injuries happen because of accidents, quite often road traffic accidents of one sort or another. If the accident was not the fault of the victim, they, or some one else on their behalf, may be able to make an injury claim in Styal.
Different types of brain injuries that could lead to an injury claim in Styal
The list of brain injuries is endless, but a few of the more common ones are:
- Bleeding inside the skull and around the brain
- Concussion – this is the mildest form of brain injury, and the most common
- Closed head injury – this is where there is an impact to the head that does not break the skull
- Penetrating head injury – if an object fractures the skull and enters the brain, this type of injury will occur
- Diffuse brain injury – several areas of the brain can be damaged by it being thrown about inside the skull. The impact of the skull on the brain causes the damage
- Brain confusion – this is where brain tissue can become swollen when the skull is cracked or broken
Any one of these brain injuries could be the result of an accident and if you, or a loved one, had been injured with this consequence, you need to make an injury claim in Styal.
Brain injuries can be life changing for the victim and their family
All accidents are unique, as are the people that receive injuries from them. The characters of people will mean they react differently to their injuries, what is major to one person will be minor to another. With brain injuries though, the victim does not always have a lot of choice how they react, they can become a different person and these life changing effects mean they, or someone else on their behalf, should make an injury claim. The problem for the victim is that most of the symptoms are not visible and they will quite often not understand what has happened to them, or why people react to them differently.
We understand the problems
Accident Advice Helpline realises the trauma that this situation will cause for the family of the victim, but whoever caused the accident should be accountable for their actions.
We will ensure that the injury claim is done with as little hassle as possible to the claimant and their family, ensure the compensation awarded is maximised to at least take away any financial worries.
Contact our helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and we will take it from there.
Date Published: 26th September 2013
Author: David Brown