Claim the injury compensation you are entitled to
Head injuries remain one of the most serious types of injury following North Lincolnshire road traffic accidents, as the casualties involved may deteriorate rapidly and their condition may become unstable without prior warning.
If you, or a member of your family, have sustained a serious head injury following your North Lincolnshire road traffic accidents, then you may be able to pursue personal injury compensation using the leading experts, the Accident Advice Helpline.
Symptoms of a head injury
- Bleeding or lacerations to the head
- Fluid from the nose or ears
- Swelling to the head
- Severe pain and inflammation to the head
- Loss of consciousness
- Distorted or partial vision
- Loss of hearing
- Breathing difficulties
Diagnosing a head injury
A head injury may be obvious at the scene of North Lincolnshire road traffic accidents and the casualty will be rapidly assessed by a paramedic at the road side. They will adopt the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) to give a clear indication of the severity of the head injury. This is an index which scores a patients’ level of consciousness, level of response to verbal instructions and level of response to stimuli.
Head injuries are constantly reassessed to detect any changes in a casualty’s level of response, which may indicate a worsening of their condition caused by their North Lincolnshire road traffic accidents.
A CT scan or MRI may be used to diagnose and identify the location of a bleed or blood clot which is suspected. This can then by used to inform surgical intervention to release the pressure and prevent swelling from causing potential brain damage.
Make your claim for your North Lincolnshire road traffic accidents
If you have sustained a serious head injury following your North Lincolnshire road traffic accidents, then the law states that:
- You may claim personal injury compensation as long as
- The incident or accident was caused through no fault of your own
- The incident or accident occurred within the last 3 years’
- Your injury required medical attention
To find out quickly and reliably if you are entitled to pursue personal injury compensation for your road traffic accidents, simply call the leading law firm, the highly professional team of advisers and injury solicitors at the Accident Advice Helpline.
Their telephone helpline service is open to take your call and provide you with no obligation advice about pursuing your personal injury compensation claim for your road traffic accidents.
The Accident Advice Helpline provide a unique 30 second online test, that enables people who have been injured through no fault of their own, to establish their entitlement to personal injury compensation for themselves. This is an easy to use and immediate test that means that you can find out for yourself rapidly if you can claim the compensation that you may be entitled to following your road traffic accidents.
Date Published: 23rd August 2014