Brain injuries can arise in a number of ways but some common causes are:
The impact of brain injuries can be very severe. A serious brain injury can leave you with both physical impairments (e.g. difficulty with balance and walking) and non physical impairments (e.g. memory loss and personality change), which can put a strain on your working and family lives.
If someone else is to blame for causing your brain injury, you may be able to claim compensation to help put your life back together. As well as being able to claim for your pain and suffering you can also claim for money you may have to pay out as a result of your injuries. For instance, you can claim for private treatment, rehabilitation and necessary adaptations to your home. You can also claim for loss of earnings if you have had to give up work temporarily or permanently. So a typical claim may include compensation for:
We know from dealing with clients who have suffered from brain injuries just how much their lives are affected. It is important that you receive the help you need to put your life back together as soon as possible
To assist this we will seek an early admission of liability from the person or body who is to blame for your injuries. This will enable us to claim early compensation payments, where possible, to pay for private healthcare, rehabilitation and other outgoings, whilst the overall size of your claim is still being negotiated.
We have helped hundreds of clients to recover money and ensured that they received the best possible medical care, specialist support and rehabilitation possible.
For further information we recommend you read our article entitled Brain Injury.
For free advice on making a compensation claim for a brain injury, whether you are the sufferer or a close family member, please contact Russell or James for free confidential advice on 01752 668246, or if you prefer simply click here to arrange your free initial compensation claim meeting.
If you are looking for a brain injury compensation solicitor in Plymouth, choose the Plymouth brain injury compensation solicitors, Gard & Co. Solicitors.