Exercise your legal right to claim injury compensation today!
Unfortunately many casualties of Norwich road traffic accidents may be rendered unconscious through the impact of the collision. In fact, losing consciousness is a common symptom of a head injury which may indicate that you may need to attend the Accident and Emergency department for further assessment and diagnosis.
If you have been involved in Norwich road traffic accidents and, through no fault of your own, you have sustained a head injury, then it is important to seek a medical opinion as soon as possible after the accident, in order to establish the extent of the injury and to rule out serious underlying trauma.
Head injuries by their nature can be unpredictable and difficult to treat. Concussion is a serious condition and usually follows a trauma to the head, when it suffers a substantial impact with a heavy or dense object, often at force.
Assessing a head injury is an important part of diagnosing the condition and monitoring the casualty closely may involve using the Glasgow Coma Scale. This universal index is widely used by the medical profession to assess and monitor a head injury in a casualty.
The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) indicates:
- the level of consciousness of the casualty
- the casualty’s response to stimuli
- their response to verbal instructions
If the casualty appears to deteriorate, then their levels of response and consciousness may drop sharply which may indicate a potentially dangerous bleed or blood clot is forming within the brain.
Can you claim for your Norwich road traffic accidents?
For many casualties of head injury caused by Norwich road traffic accidents, they may find themselves ignorant of their legal rights to pursue personal injury compensation for their injury. In addition, they may find it too complicated and lack the knowledge to process and handle a personal injury compensation claim on their own at this difficult time.
The dedicated law firm, Accident Advice Helpline, have in excess of 14 years’ experience of assisting people who have sustained head injuries through no fault of their own, following their road traffic accidents.
By calling their telephone helpline, it is a straightforward process to ascertain your legal right to claim personal injury compensation for your Norwich road traffic accidents over the phone.
If you wish, Accident Advice Helpline also offers victims of road traffic accidents the opportunity to use their unique 30 second online test to establish quickly and in complete confidence their legal right to claim personal injury compensation for their road traffic accidents.
Should you choose to proceed with making your personal injury compensation claim for your road traffic accident, using the helpful team of advisers and injury solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline, then your claim will be handled on your behalf on a no win no fee basis with accountability and integrity.
Date Published: 28th August 2014