If you, or a member of your family, has experienced a traumatic brain injury or head injury, you may not feel able to make a legal claim - but if the accident was not your fault, it is your legal right to claim compensation to help rebuild your life.
The Serious Injury specialist solicitors here at Lanyon Bowdler have years of experience of claiming compensation for people, and offer friendly, professional legal advice throughout the process.
If you are not sure whether you are eligible for compensation, please just get in touch with the personal injury team who can provide a detailed overview of your case's chances of success.
Financial compensation for brain injuries can help you pay for rehabilitation costs and medical fees, along with compensating you for any loss of earnings.
More than a million people visit a hospital with a brain or head injury every year - and about 135,000 of those are admitted to hospital due to the severity of their injury. Of those admitted to hospital, many thousands will be able to claim compensation because their injuries will have been caused by the negligence of someone else.
It is an unfortunate case that sometimes brain injury to you or a loved one may actually occurr in hospital due to problems that may arise during routine surgery, problems during the birth of a child, oxygen starvation or even due to receiving the wrong medication and a host of other potential reasons. Such situtaions can have life-changing effects for the injured person and as such it is prdudent to seek specicalist clinical negligence advice from our Medical Negligence Solicitors.
If you think you might be in this position, it is vital to talk to an experienced personal injury specialist as soon as you are able to. We can help.
The head of the personal injury team, Neil Lorimer, is a nationally-acclaimed brain injury specialist. He is a Partner of the firm and an established member of the Headway List of approved solicitors, a charity set up to help the victims of brain injuries.
Neil, and indeed the whole team of personal injury legal professionals here at Lanyon Bowdler, have vast experience of handling compensation claims for brain injuries. But more than that, they understand the importance of acting sensitively throughout the whole process.
Neil and his team understand that victims of brain injuries and their families are concerned about their future care and rehabilitation as well as the immediate effects of their injuries. Neil’s expertise and experience helps people get the right rehabilitation, and establishes a support network for the future in serious cases.
You can be assured that our priority will be to ensure you obtain compensation to meet your long-term needs, and to guarantee your long-term comfort.
Lanyon Bowdler hosted a national conference, ‘Surviving Brain Injury – The Journey’ which took place at Theatre Seven, Shrewsbury. You can view our brain injury newsletter here which provides more information about the topics covered at the conference.
The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 recommends Lanyon Bowdler in the West Midlands for personal injury, and as a tier one firm for medical negligence.
Are you happy with the way your compensation claim is currently being handled? Even if your claim has recently settled we may still be able to review your case, read more here.
Give us a call or complete our online enquiry form, to see how we can help. We have offices in Telford, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Ludlow, Bromyard and Hereford so are able to act for clients all over Shropshire, Herefordshire, Mid and North Wales and across the Midlands.
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