Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims
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- Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims Information
- What is an Acquired Brain Injury?
- How Will Tylers Solicitors Know How Much To Claim For?
- What are the Charges that You Can Claim For?
- What are the Types of Brain Injuries You Can Claim For?
- Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims Information
If you’ve sustained any sort of acquired brain injury, you could be entitled to compensation. Severe brain injuries can have a significantly negative effect on your life – in terms of your working and personal life. Get in touch with our expert personal injury solicitors today to find out more. The money we win for you may not solve all your problems but it can go along way towards reducing stress, covering medical costs and loss of earnings, and of course, giving you peace of mind. If you have an acquired brain injury as a result of an accident that was not your fault, we are here for you.
What is an Acquired Brain Injury?
Head and brain injury have a severe impact on the lives of an individual. Some of the activities which the injury will hinder include: work, education and day to day living. When a person suffers from head injury, he or she will experience physical problems such as cognitive impairment and impaired movement. When you encounter such problems, you may want to consider an Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claim. This is where a solicitor calculates the amount of compensation which can be claimed for your pain, suffering and long term needs. If you have an acquired brain injury and it was not your fault, contact us to begin your claim for compensation today.
How Will Tylers Solicitors Know How Much To Claim For?
The initial step is for your lawyer to acquire a medical report on your behalf. Consequently, he or she describes exactly the condition of the brain and head injuries and what the future holds based on your symptoms. The report is compiled by the consultant neurosurgeon. The report is then presented to your solicitor who will look at the severity of head and brain injury set out. In addition to the pain and suffering, the solicitor will go through the financial loses which you have incurred. At Tylers Solicitors, it is our aim to ensure that you are awarded the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.
What are the Charges that You Can Claim For?
Some of the charges include: travelling expenses, medical expenses, lost income and head injury rehabilitation expenses. As a result, the total and future losses will be calculated by the solicitor and added to the suffering compensation. This will determine how much you will be paid. Apart from the final compensation figure, you will also be entitled to interests on your claim. If you would like to discuss these charges in more detail, please feel free to contact our legal experts for friendly, no obligation advice.
What are the Types of Brain Injuries You Can Claim For?
There are many ways that you can sustain or acquire brain injuries. Whether the injury that you’ve sustained has happened in a public place or in the workplace, you could be entitled to a compensation claim. Throughout our time and dealing with thousands of different cases, these are the main brain injuries that we’ve dealt with:
- Accidents at Work.
- Road Traffic Accidents.
- Height Falls.
Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
If you or someone you know have sustained an acquired brain injury in the workplace or in public where you’ve been left negligent or unprotected, then you could be owed compensation. The amount that you could be entitled to will depend on the severity and longevity of your injury. However, if you want to get a quick estimate on how much you could be owed, use Tylers simple acquired brain injury compensation calculator below!
Minor or Moderate Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
|This is a brain injury which is indicated by a coma of just a short amount of time. The length of time is between 15 minutes to six hours. To discuss your brain injury claim in more detail, contact the Tylers Solicitors team today.|
|£1,600 to £10,000|
Severe Brain and Head Injury Compensation Amounts
|A severe brain injury follows a period of six to forty eight hours in a coma. This is also accompanied by post-traumatic condition from 1 to 7 days in which you may feel both confused and disoriented. To begin your claim for brain injury compensation, contact us today.|
|£12,000 to £220,000|
Serious Head and Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve suffered any kind of serious head or brain injury that wasn’t your fault, we are here for you. Our experienced team can work with you to get the compensation you need to move on with your life. Serious head injuries can not only cause serious cosmetic damage, they can also lead to an acquired brain injury, which can cause long-term memory loss, learning difficulties and other conditions.|
|£174,620 to £247,280|
Very Severe Head and Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
|If you, or a loved one, have been left with extremely serious head injuries and brain damage following an accident that wasn’t your fault, we are here for you. At Tylers Solicitors, our experienced team can work with you to get the compnesation you need to move on with your life. These kinds of brain damage can have a serious impact on your life, leading to long-term physical or mental conditions.|
|£224,800 to £354,260|
Frequently Asked Questions
How Can Personal Injury Solicitors Help?
The head and brain injury compensation claim mentioned above is very vital. With personal injury solicitors, you will get assistance and guidance on whether it is possible to make a compensation claim. In fact, the solicitors are very ready to help you. Nevertheless, they will be happy to explain the accident claim process in detail. Alternatively, you can complete an online compensation claim form. This is where one of the representatives will assist you in receiving the compensation which you are entitled to. Therefore, you need to contact the solicitors so as to discuss the circumstances of your injury or accident.
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims Solicitor?
At Tylers, we offer outstanding and expert no-win, no-fee legal services to a wide range of clients. Our experts will do everything they can in their power to ensure that we do all we can to get you the money you deserve. The best thing about what we offer is that you won’t owe us a penny unless we win your case. It really is risk free starting a claim with us. For brain injury compensation claims in the UK, contact our specialist personal injury solicitors today.
How Can I Get In Touch with Tylers Solicitors for My Acquired Brain Injury?
If you have suffered an acquired brain injury then you may be eligible to claim compensation. Call Tylers Solicitors today (freephone) on 0800 699 0079. Our specialist team are waiting to hear from you and will work with you, giving you the respect and personal approach that you deserve. We understand that many claims are stressful to go through and an acquired brain injury is no different. That’s why we make sure that we’re there every step of the way, leading your case and putting 100% effort and professionalism into it.
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We Accept Nationwide Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claims
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are proud to offer a complete range of legal services, including acquired brain injury compensation claims. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts are just a phone call away from helping you to start your claim for compensation. If you have suffered from a brain injury as the direct result of someone else’s negligence, we are here for you.
For more information, don’t hesitate to call us directly on 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can also email any questions or concerns you might have through our simple online contact form. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
- Diffuse Axonal Injury.
- Traumatic Brain Injuries.
- CTE Brain Injury.
- Closed Brain Damage.
- Open (Penetrating) Brain Damage.
- Anoxic Injury.
- Hypoxic Injury.
- Bleeding on the Brain.
- Acquired Brain Disorders.
- Neurological Injuries.
- Second Impact Syndrome.
- Recurrent Traumatic Brain Damage.
- Locked-In Syndrome.
- Frontal Lobe Damage.
- Shaken Baby Syndrome.