Head Injury Compensation Claims
Have you attained a Head Injury because of someone else’s negligence? Then you may be entitled to a Head Injury Compensation Claim.
Road Traffic Accidents are the most common cause of head injuries in the UK although Slip, Trips and Falls also account for many of these injuries each year. Approximately, one million people every year in the UK require emergency medical care after sustaining a head injury. Heavy impact accidents for example car and bus can result in fractures and lacerations to the head or in more severe cases damage to the brain.
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, you should seek medical attention.
Claims National specialise in Head Injury Compensation Claims and delivering the solution tailored to your individual requirements. We deal with cases in a strictly professional and confidential manor with no attached legal fees. Furthermore, we will take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis and you will receive 100% compensation.
Head injuries can also amount to be very expensive, as rehabilitations and ongoing care treatment can be extremely pricey. Most, if not all severe head injuries also result in the sufferer being unable to work, which could add to the financial difficulty that you and your family are facing at this traumatic time. Making a claim for compensation can help cover your ongoing medical help, rehabilitation schemes, as well as your loss of earnings. Making a claim for compensation really can improve your quality of life, given the circumstances.
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Although head injuries can be extremely severe injuries, they are not uncommon. In fact, over 700,000 people obtain head injuries each year. The reasons of which head injuries are so severe are that your head protects your brain, and so head injuries can often cause brain damage. Your head is also connected to your spinal cord, which is another delicate part if your body. Your head and spinal cord are the most essential body parts for the maintenance of your nervous system.
Not all head injuries are severe, though. You may experience short lasting symptoms such as mild headaches, nausea, mild dizziness and blurred vision. If you notice that you have any of these symptoms, the likelihood is that you have minor head injuries and the symptoms will pass after a short while. Although minor head injuries don’t affect you in the long-term, you may still be able to claim compensation.
More severe cases of head injuries usually have longer lasting effects, with symptoms including unconsciousness, fits or seizures, difficulty speaking or staying awake, sensory problems such as blurred vision or hearing, repeated vomiting, blood or clear fluid coming from your ears or nose, and amnesia. Compensation for severe head injuries will be considerably more than the amount of compensation won for minor injuries due to the intense care and rehabilitation that severe head injury requires.