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Accidents causing severe injury that result in brain damage compensation claims may dramatically affect victims for the rest of their lives. People who suffer these traumatic injuries are often confronted with confusing lifestyle changes not easily understood by either the victim or their family. If someone else was to blame for the accident and it occurred within the last three years, a brain damage compensation claim can be started which may result in the payment of substantial damages.

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Brain Injury Causes

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a sudden physical injury usually caused by the head forcefully hitting an object. The major causes of TBI are motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, violent crime and child abuse. The brain can often compensate and take over the functions of the damaged areas which over time may result in the condition improving. Injured children often fare better than adults as they have a greater capacity to recover. The effects of TBI are usually most apparent immediately following the injury. Damage may be caused by contusion or bruising which is usually of a temporary nature. Although many cases are mild, there are people who suffer serious difficulties and have long term residual symptoms. Damages can be claimed for chronic disabilities and the award in a brain damage compensation claim takes account of future losses.

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TBI Symptoms

Simple tasks once taken for granted may become difficult or even impossible. Loss of memory and dramatic mood swings often result from TBI. Family members often observe that a victim's personality has changed beyond recognition however in other cases because there is no outward manifestation of the injury others may lack an appreciation of the extent of the injury. Changes in personality often affect the victim's ability to interact in both a social and work environment.

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No Win No Fee

Our solicitors are experts in their field and are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts. We operate the no win no fee scheme otherwise known as a conditional fee agreement. No legal charge is payable unless the legal case is won and the client obtains an award of compensation. In the event that the legal claim is lost there is no charge made to the client. To protect your legal rights following a TBI you should instruct a solicitor who is experienced in handling cases involving severe injury and understands the full extent of the physical, mental and emotional disability often resulting from such injuries. An experienced solicitor can help by providing victims with information regarding the practical and legal aspects of personal injury law.

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Injury Compensation Awards

Damages that can be awarded in a brain damage compensation claim include :-

  • loss of past and future income
  • medical expenses for the past and for the future
  • assistance for the future
  • pain and suffering (including psychological damage)
  • loss of amenities of life
  • prescriptions
  • reduced employment prospects in the future
  • expenses in relation to the claim

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Personal Injury Solicitors

We can help you assert your rights and get the compensation you deserve. If you or someone you know is suffering from physical, emotional or psychological problems as a result of TBI and you would like to know if it is possible to claim, just use the helpline or complete the contact form and a solicitor who is a member of the Law Society panel of personal injury experts will speak to you on the telephone with free advice and no further obligation.

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