Suffering a head or brain injury can have devastating consequences on the victim and their loved ones. Although sometimes the effects are minor and short-lived, all too often the victim will suffer side-effects that will change their life forever... or in the worst cases, possibly even end it.
If you have suffered a head or brain injury in an accident or event that wasn't your fault, then you could be eligible to make a substantial head injury compensation claim. Read on to find out more...
Yes. There are essentially two categories of brain injury claims and they are classified into two types:
Remember, damage and/or symptoms can occur both at the time of the initial injury or can develop later as a result of swelling or bleeding within the brain.
The amount awarded in such cases can vary dramatically and obviously depends on both the severity of the head injury and the extent of negligence on the part of the defendant that can be proved in a court of law. But it is accurate to state that the average amount of compensation awarded for a head injury claim is a lot higher than most other type of claim.
A court will take several factors into account when awarding compensation for a head injury, including:
Proving negligence in court in such cases is often a highly complex legal area. At Legal Request we are experts in exactly that - attributing and proving negligence.
Of course there is no legal requirement for you to seek professional advice, but when we offer a No Win No Fee service and guarantee to you that you will keep 100% of any compensation awarded, the question has to be - what have you got to lose?
Contact one of our experts today for a free and easy consultation so that we can set you on your way to claiming back some hard cash for the pain and suffering you have endured at the fault of another.
The service I received was excellent and I am extremely happy with the compensation that I received. I will definitely recommend you to family and friends.
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