Making a brain injury claim with injury Solicitors Gaydon
Gaydon is a village in Warwickshire. Although Gaydon has become something of a commuter village because of its proximity to the M40, which was completed in January 1991, it is undergoing a revival which is looking back to its roots, agriculture and community spirit. There are plans to revive allotments in Gaydon with the backing of the local Parish Council. A local village shop opened 24 May 2010 in the centre of the village providing local produce to local residents.
The section of the M40 passing Gaydon was considered as the site of a possible motorway service station, with plans first being drawn up in 1986 before being scrapped in 1990 a few months before the motorway’s completion.
The M40 is an extremely busy motorway and like all the motorways in the UK, accidents happen on it all the time. The high speeds travelled on motorways often mean that an accident causes terrible injuries and sometimes deaths. It is not at all unusual for victims to be injured through no fault of their own and maybe sustain a brain injury. This is when they need to contact injury solicitors in Gaydon about making a personal injury claim for compensation.
Using injury solicitors Gaydon to make a brain injury claim
The brain is one of the most fragile parts of our body that is normally well protected by the skull. There are accidents that can damage it and the effects for the victim and their family can be horrendous. If the victim survives, they can be left in a vegetative state, unable to care for themselves any longer or they could just find life a little harder to cope with and need day to day help.
If the victim has sustained this injury through no fault of their own some time in the last three years, injury solicitors in Gaydon will gladly help to make their personal injury claim. If they are in no fit state to contact us themselves, a family member should call on their behalf. Why should they lose out on their legal right to compensation because they are unwell?
The possible effects of a brain injury
Brain injuries can have a devastating effect on the victim and those close to them. Some of the things they may experience are:
- A loss of, or altered, speech
- Hot/cold sweats
- Loss of memory
- A shortened attention span
- Finding concentrating difficult
- Speed of thought
- The emotional reactions can change dramatically
- General behaviour changes
- A lack of co-ordination
- Trouble with balancing
- Difficulty walking
- Difficulty with understanding or comprehending
- Changes to the senses of small, taste and touch
With any of these effects, life is going to be difficult and the victim should be compensated for that.
Making a brain injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline have helped numerous brain injury victims and their families get the compensation they deserved. Some one should contact us on 0800 689 0500 and speak to one of our friendly, compassionate advisers and we will take it from there.
Date Published: 19th December 2013
Author: David Brown