Brain Injury Compensation Claim
Have you suffered a brain injury because of someone else’s negligence?
Then you may be entitled to a Brain Injury Compensation Claim.
The brain provides us with the means to communicate so, if a brain injury is sustained, your life may never be the same again. The change to your lifestyle, the cost and the financial strain can be overwhelming with the thought of getting involved in a legal battle adding a daunting and unwelcome strain.
At Claims National, we specialize in providing legal help and support for people who have suffered a head injury or brain injury as a result of their accident. We will help you make the right decision and secure compensation to help support your injuries.
Your first step, of course, is to get in touch with us so that we can take the details of your brain injury. We can then assess your claims, needs and provide you with further information to guide you on your road to recovery.
Rest assured, you will find our team sympathetic and understanding. Your case will be dealt with in a strictly professional and confidential manor. Once we have accepted your claim, you can be certain that win, lose or draw you will not pay a penny for our legal fees. We will take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis and you will receive 100% of your brain injury compensation claim.
Remember, it can often take days or weeks for symptoms of brain damage or head injuries to emerge, so if you have sustained an injury to the head and suffer with headaches, vomiting, blurred vision, drowsiness and confusion, we strongly advise you should seek medical attention straight away.
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Each year, approximately 125,000 people suffer with brain injuries which require hospital attention each year. Causes of brain injuries include road accidents, accidents at work, public attacks and even clinical negligence, which can consist of varying outcomes. The most severe brain injury cases can result in memory loss, or even permanent disability. Although, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation for brain injuries with less severity, such as a decrease in concentration, for example.
Brain injury compensation claims can generate a huge sum of money for the sufferer and their families. An example of this is when a speeding car hit a teenager, whilst driving on the wrong side of the road. The teenager, who is now 23, still owns the mentality of a 16-year-old, and wasn’t able to complete his GCSE’S, affecting his career alongside his whole future. In response to their son’s traumatic experience and life-affecting brain damage, the teenager’s parents made a claim for compensation and through the help of solicitors, received a £1.6 million settlement.