You may not think that brain injuries happen very often, but they do occur all the time in all sorts of situations. A brain injury can happen at any time or at any place, and it could happen because of an accident that was no fault of your own. If this has happened to you then you should consider making a personal injury claim for your Ryedale car accident, by using the lawyers from Accident Advice Helpline.
A brain injury can change your life and make things very difficult for those around you as well. All sorts of changes can have to be made to the home and lifestyle to cope with this type of injury, and whoever caused it should be made to pay. The simplest way to do this is by making a Ryedale car accident claim by by using the solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline.
Different brain injuries that can result from a Ryedale car accident
The are numerous different brain injuries that can occur from a Ryedale car accident, just some of them being:
- Brain confusion is bruised or swollen brain tissue that occurs when the skull is cracked or broken.
- Bleeding between the brain and the skull.
- Concussion which is the mildest and most common.
- Closed head injury which is where the impact has not broken the skull.
- Penetrating head injury where an object fractures the skull and enters the brain.
- Diffuse brain injury is where the brain is thrown around within the skull, and hitting the skull can cause damage in several areas.
Any brain injury is a tragedy, but if someone else causes you this terrible infliction, you and those close to you should not just accept it has happened. There are many extra costs associated with any injury, but more so with brain injuries because of the cost of care that could be needed.
If you are a member of a wealthy family, this might not be a problem, but most of us manage financially from one payday till the next, and then it is a huge problem.Open Claim Calculator
Leaving an injured patient
If any victim has taken a knock to the head in any accident they should not be left on their own for 24 hours at least. Brain injury symptoms can take a while to show, but as soon as they do, the victim should be sent straight to hospital.
The sorts of things that should be looked out for are vacant stares, glassy eyes, loss of consciousness, or unusual emotional reactions. If you are unsure, its is always best to get the victim checked out.
Letting solicitors help you make your claim
Accident Advice Helpline are exceptional in dealing with brain injury cases and if you, or someone else on your behalf, want to make a personal injury compensation claim for a Ryedale car accident, we will handle this for you.
We operate on a no win no fee* basis, so you will not need to worry about financing your claim. No money is needed to start the processes and we do not ask for any money if the claim is lost.
Our freephone number, 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, is manned with advisors who you will find friendly and compassionate, and ready to help you all they can.