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Serious Brain Injuries
Brain injuries can impact so many different aspects of life, from mobility to intellect and personality. At JMW, we understand the unique challenges faced by people who have suffered a brain injury – challenges that are physical, emotional and financial. Our specialist team have the required experience and knowledge to help you claim compensation for any type of brain injury caused by someone else’s negligence.
Compensation for an accident or an injury can help you and your loved ones cope with any financial difficulty caused by the injury, including modifications to your home or loss of a job. We can claim for you or on behalf of a loved one if the injury has caused severe impairment.
Contact us now to discuss your situation in more detail. Either call 0800 054 6078 or fill in our online enquiry form and one of our team will be in touch.
JMW Solicitors can pursue claims for brain injuries caused by accidents and medical negligence.
Types of brain injuries and their impact
No amount of compensation can make up for long-term pain and suffering caused by a third party, but it can help to ease your financial worries.
If you suffered a brain injury due to one of the following we could help you to make a claim:
- A car accident
- Poor medical treatment
- An accident at work such as a fall from height
- Misdiagnosis of an illness
- A sporting accident
- A surgical error
- Overdose of medication
Brain injuries range from minor cases of injury to severe, long-term brain damage which leaves victims subject to lifelong care, unable to work and unable to carry out even the most basic tasks.
Our solicitors have experience in dealing with all types of brain injury cases and will always work towards the highest possible compensation settlement.
Some of the brain injuries we have won compensation for include:
- Stroke caused by medical negligence
- Cerebral palsy
- Haemorrhaging – whether caused by trauma or medical negligence
- Severe brain damage leading to paralysis, other major loss of function