Traumatic brain injuries claim for compensation
When things go wrong, the results can be shattering, not just for the injured person, but for his or her family, friends and colleagues. The brain is the principal control centre of the body. It always receives information from the senses about conditions inside and outside the body. It is the basis of thoughts, moods and emotions. A traumatic brain injuries claim for compensation is payable if you have suffered as a consequence of someone else’s actions. Take our quick 30-second test to see if you can make a traumatic brain injuries claim.
Making a claim for traumatic brain injuries
Unlike a broken arm or leg, which is easy to see and diagnose, an injury to the brain can be difficult to detect and is sometimes described as an invisible injury. Specialist personal injury solicitors know what to look for when making such claims. Such specialists understand the impact of a head or brain injury and will secure your rights to compensation for traumatic brain injuries. The chances are you will need to have extensive support in order to cope after suffering traumatic brain injuries. Rehabilitation is expensive and essential to help you rebuild your life. The chances are that after suffering a brain injury you will not be able to work for a long time. It is essential that you get all the support that you need in order to cope with your life after an accident which has resulted in traumatic brain injuries.
Anyone who needs to make a claim for compensation is advised to use the services of specialist head injury solicitors with a reputation for sensitive handling, securing early rehabilitation and after care. Traumatic brain injuries require certain expertise.
How to make a claim
As with any claim for compensation it is imperative that as much evidence is presented as possible to prove that someone else is responsible for traumatic brain injuries.
Accident Advice Helpline is on hand to help you take the next steps in order to make a claim, so give them a call on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 14th March 2013