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    Pencoed no win no fee claims


    Need to make Pencoed no win no fee claims for concussion?

    Help is available if you’ve been thinking about making Pencoed no win no fee claims. There are many ways in which people can be hurt as a result of an accident and providing the accident was not your fault, there could be opportunity to claim compensation for that injury.

    In this post, we will look at potential Pencoed no win no fee claims for compensation for concussion and how Accident Advice Helpline could help you.

    What is concussion?

    The brain is a major organ in the body; if the brain is damaged, regardless of how slight, it can and will affect a whole raft of things we can and cannot do, from being able to process emotions to fine motor skills, such as writing.

    Concussion, however, is something from which we recover and in most cases, has very little long term impact. However, this should not detract from the fact that concussions can be quite a serious injury and one for which many claims are made, including Pencoed no win no fee claims.

    Concussion occurs when there has been a knock to the head; in some cases, depending where on the head is hit, the impact does not have to be severe to result in concussion.

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    The skull is the hard outer shell that protects the brain and when this is involved in a trauma that results in an impact, the brain is ‘shaken’ within the skull. In some cases, this can result in dizziness and headaches; for other people, they can lose consciousness and suffer blinding headaches, as well as feeling disorientated and nauseous.

    When can Pencoed no win no fee claims for concussion be made?

    The situation in which it happened is the first consideration. The accident or incident must not have been your fault. We have helped people claim compensation for concussion as a result of them being involved in car accidents, slipping or tripping that resulted in a bang to the head, accidents at work and many other kinds of accidents.

    The time span in which your claim for compensation can be made is three years from when the accident happened. This is an important factor to bear in mind, as if you do not claim within this time frame, you will miss out on the financial justice you could be entitled to.

    How to assess if your case is eligible for compensation

    You can log on to our website and use the contact form or why not call us on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile) to see if your case could be a success?

    Date Published: 23rd August 2014

    Author: David Brown

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