Brain Injury Claims

Brain injuries have a massive impact on people and their family. With the help of our brain injury solicitors, you may be able to claim compensation to improve day-to-day life.

Discuss your case with our specialist solicitors – get in touch or call 0191 5666 500 for FREE no-obligation advice.

As the brain is the engine room for most of the body’s vital functions, even a minor injury can have devastating, long-lasting consequences, and lead to a considerable compensation payout.

From limited movement or psychological problems, all the way through to paralysis and incapacity, victims can spend the rest of their lives overcoming their injuries, attempting to rebuild their lives.

This, however, often entails lifelong financial implications, including costs for ongoing medical care and loss of future earnings As a result, many, rightly, turn to seeking compensation for their injuries.

Why Choose us?

We specialise in providing high quality legal advice to people who have suffered brain or head injuries as a result of medical negligence.

We have over 30 years of experience successfully winning medical negligence and brain injury claims and employ a specialist team of brain injury solicitors, who have secured millions of pounds in compensation for clients left with life-changing injuries as a result of mistakes by the medical profession.

We understand that reliving a traumatic event can be distressing and our dedicated team are always on hand to offer support and guidance throughout your case.  We deal with each case with compassion and we are sensitive to the needs of our clients. We strive to make the legal side of things as stress-free and straightforward as possible.

Given the importance and impact of support and rehabilitation to a person who has suffered a brain injury, it is vital that expert advice be obtained as soon as possible.

Do I have a case for compensation for my brain injury?

We deal with the entire spectrum of brain injuries including:

  • Traumatic (TBI) & Acquired (ABI) brain injuries
  • Stroke & Subarachnoid haemorrhage – delays in treatment can cause brain cells to die
  • Brain tumours – A tumour may put pressure on the brain, which can cause brain damage. Surgery to remove brain tumours can sometimes result in injury to the brain when surrounding brain tissue is damaged. Malignant tumours can destroy healthy brain tissue.
  • Subdural Haematoma
  • Deprivation of oxygen – e.g. hypoxic brain injuries that can occur at birth when a baby is deprived of oxygen, resulting in brain injury
  • Infection e.g. Infections can passes from mother to baby during labour and is not treated, for example the group B streptococcus virus, the baby could develop meningitis which can cause brain injury
  • Hydrocephalus – Hydrocephalus is a buildup of fluid on the brain. This excess fluid applies pressure to the brain which, if not relieved, can cause brain damage
  • Encephalitis – condition which causes inflammation of the brain and can, in serious cases result in brain damage

Our team takes a sensitive and caring approach while giving you the best opportunity to get the outcome you seek. With the right support, you may be able to obtain compensation that could make a huge difference.

How does the brain injury claims process work?

If you’re thinking of making a claim and would like to find out how our process works, you can view our infographic here.

How much does it cost to make a compensation claim?

We work on a no win, no fee basis meaning that there is little financial risk to starting a claim.

If you’re thinking of making a claim and would like to find out how our process works, you can view our infographic here.

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