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Head Injury Compensation Claim

If you want to start a claim for an accident, then you should discuss your case with a lawyer specialising in head accident claims such as Tylers Solicitors. We ensure that the claim has the best chance of success because we have the competence and professional expertise required to process a request for a head injury claim.

If you want to proceed with your accident compensation claim, then you should call Tyler’s freephone on 0800 699 0079, and we can then continue to talk you through your head accident compensation claim. Alternatively, if you are on your mobile phone, you can call 0333 577 0320, which is free to call with free minutes on your cell phone.

Information About Head Injuries

There can be many ways in which accidents can happen, during at work, road traffic accident or following a trip, fall or slip. For these sole reason injuries to the head and brain can be dangerous.

Although many kinds of accidents will lead to different types of head injuries. All of the injuries tend to fall into one of the following categories; closed brain injuries or open skull injuries.

What is an Open Skull Injury?

An open injury is caused by the skull becoming fractured from an object. This can lead to damage to the brain tissue. Most commonly it is caused due to a piece of skull bone penetrating the brain tissue following a bang to the head. Also, knives, gunshots and other types of weapons can cause an open head injury.

What is a Closed Skull Injury?

Closed head injuries are the most common kind of injury. It is called a closed head injury due to taking an impact to the skull, but no bones break.

The problem is with a closed injury is that there is no visible cut or wound. This injury could cause serve concussion or even bleed on the brain.

Head Injury Claims

Head injury claims vary from minor head injuries to brain traumas. However, in all cases, each one can be life changing and require specialist expertise. Here at Tyler’s we can provide you with a highly reputation able & professional advice and help to make your compensation claim.

We understand how traumatic it can be for you or a family member to have serious injuries and we want to help you get what you deserve.

When making a claim for accidents that were not your fault allowing it to pay for the cost of care or support, loss of earnings due to trauma, adjustments to your home or change of lifestyle as well as the rehabilitation process.

If you are constantly in pain and suffering from an accident, do not leave it as it may cause future damage to you and you may be liable for compensation for your accident.

Types of head injuries you may suffer from:

Skull Fractures

The common cause of a skull fracture is a traumatic wound such as a fall, assault or road traffic accident.

Anoxic Brain

This type of damage is commonly found because of lack of oxygen going to the brain a common cause of this is carbon monoxide poisoning and childbirth.

Concussion

A concussion is one of the most common types of brain injuries which is also known as bruising or swelling to the brain tissue. This can cause dizziness & sickness, headaches, loss of concentration and loss of consciousness. This is usually caused by getting direct impact from slip, trips or falls as well as an assault.

Diffuse Axonal

A high force impact can cause this to the brain. Which may damage nerves if this occurs there could be very dangerous or devastating consequences. Such a wound is not detected via MRI scans or CT scans.

Haematoma

A haematoma is a build-up of blood between the skull and the lining of the brain which causes pressure within the brain. It is very likely that emergency surgery may be required to relieve the pressure. It could also cause blood clots in the central area of the brain these are tough to remove and can be dangerous.

Other Kinds of Head Related Injuries

  • Bang to the Head
  • Concussion
  • Brain Damage
  • Skull Fracture
  • Trauma
  • Closed Head Wound
  • Open Head Wound
  • Concussion
  • Scalp Lacerations
  • Migraines & Headaches
  • Punch Drunk Syndrome
  • Coma
  • Severe Fracture
  • Diffuse Axonal

What type or accident can I claim?

It doesn’t matter whether the fracture is caused by a slip, trip or fall at work, traffic accident or an accident abroad we can help you make a claim today.

If you have suffered a serious accident or brain trauma, then contact us today on 0800 699 0079 to find out how we can help you in making a compensation claim. We can help anyone from any town such as Manchester, London, Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield, Nottingham, and Birmingham. So call today to find out more information on what we can do for you.

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