Brain injuries can have a huge and lasting impact on your life; from changes in lifestyle and your care needs, to financial losses and ongoing treatment. Whether it was caused by an accident at work, medical negligence or a holiday accident; if you weren’t at fault, you may be entitled to a serious injury claim.
At OH Parsons, we’ve helped countless families pursue and receive compensation for brain injuries, allowing them to get the best treatment, care and ongoing support they need, while also receiving compensation for the pain and suffering caused.
Most brain injuries caused by accidents or serious injuries are called traumatic brain injuries, and they usually are the result of a violent blow or jolt to the head or body. Others are caused by an object, such as a shattered piece of skull, going through brain tissue.
There are a number of ways that these kinds of serious injury can happen. Amongst the most common causes are road traffic accidents such as motor vehicle collisions, falls, and sport injuries. These accidents can also happen anywhere: you may slip on a ladder at work, or sustain injury in a public place, such as the gym or on holiday.
You may even be the victim of medical negligence, for example a preventable brain haemorrhage. This kind of brain injury is typically called an acquired brain injury, as there wasn’t a specific trauma that caused it.
OH Parsons will help you establish a strong case for your brain injury claim and win the compensation you deserve. Book a consultation with our serious injury solicitors and start a brain injury claim today.
At OH Parsons, we have over 75 years of experience in supporting everyday people pursue compensation for serious injuries. We understand the impact that a serious head injury can have on you and your family, so our expert solicitors will be with you every step of the way throughout the claims process. As a law firm specialising in serious injury claims, we’ve secured tens of millions of pounds in compensation for our clients, and our no win, no fee solicitors will support you in achieving justice.
Compensation for brain injuries can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the severity of your injuries. A traumatic brain injury which leaves you with long-term difficulties will receive more than a brain injury that caused short-term problems that could be resolved by treatment. Further, the compensation amount will consider any costs associated with your injury, such as care costs, travel expenses, and lost income.
If you think you’re entitled to compensation for a brain injury that wasn’t your fault, get in touch with our team today. They’ll provide a consultation to establish whether there is sufficient evidence to support your claim. From there, one of our expert personal injury solicitors will help you through the process of proving your case and seeking compensation.