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- Concussion Injury Compensation Claim Information
- What are the Main Causes of Concussions?
- What is Post-Concussion Syndrome?
- How Can I Make a Concussion Compensation Claim?
- Are There Different Levels of Concussion For Which I Can Claim?
- Head Injury & Concussion Compensation Amounts Calculator
Concussion Compensation Amounts
Concussion Injury Compensation Claim Information
Head injuries pose some of the most serious concerns and can, potentially, cause long-lasting health concerns. If you’ve suffered a head injury, it is possible that you’ve recieved a concussion. If left untreated and unmonitored, concussions can lead to serious health issues, including long-term brain damage. If you’ve suffered a head injury which resulted in a concussion which wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim for compensation.
What are the Main Causes of Concussions?
Any kind of serious head injury can result in a concussion. Head injuries can be caused through a wide range of different accidents, including:
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Falling Objects
- Physical Assault
If you’ve suffered any of these incidents and it wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
What is Post-Concussion Syndrome?
If you suffer a concussion following a head injury, you could also develop post-concussion syndrome in addition to a wide range of brand injuries. Post-concussion syndrome can impact your physical abilities, in addition to a wide range of psychological factors. There are many different symptoms of post-concussion syndrome, including recurring dizziness, headaches and painful migraines.
How Can I Make a Concussion Compensation Claim?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to make a claim for compensation following any kind of head injury resulting in a concussion. If you’ve suffered a concussion of any kind, simply get in touch with Tylers today. We can help you to understand if you have a viable claim against the party responsible.
Are There Different Levels of Concussion For Which I Can Claim?
There are several different kinds of concussion which you might be able to make a claim for. Some of these are more serious than others, and can lead to long-term health conditions, including paralysis and psychological damage. Just some of the types of concussion you can make a personal injury compensation claim for include:
- Delayed Concussion
- Mild / Slight / Grade 1 Concussion
- Moderate / Grade 2 Concussion
- Concussion in Sport
- Baby / Toddler Concussion
- Severe / Grade 3 Concussion
- Concussion Headaches
- Brain Concussion
- Labyrinthine Concussion
- Spinal Concussion
- Cerebral Concussion
Head Injury & Concussion Compensation Amounts
If you’ve suffered a head injury that wasn’t your fault and has left you with a concussion or long-term post-concussion health issues, get in touch today. Here are Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the compensation that you’re entitled to. Our experienced team can help you to get the compensation that you’re entitled to. Curious about how much compensation you could be entitled to? Check out our simple concussion compensation amounts calculator below!
Minor Concussion Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve suffered a head injury which left you with a minor concussion from which you recovered in a few short days, you will still be entitled to compensation. To make minor concussion claims for compensation, get in touch with Tylers today.|
|£1,450 to £8,400|
Minor Residual Concussion Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve been left with residual symptoms following a concussion injury, Tylers is here for you. Our legal experts can help you to claim for compensation following any concussion injury.|
|£10,000 to £28,250|
Moderate to Severe Concussions & Brain Damage Compensation Amounts
|If your brain injury or concussion has left you with moderate to severe residual symptoms, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. These long-term symptoms can have a serious impact on your life, even preventing your from working.|
|£144,000 to £185,000|
Serious Brain Damage and Concussion Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve been left with serious brain damage as a result of your concussion or head injury, you need to make a claim for compensation against the party responsible. Here at Tylers, we will do everything we can to get you the compensation you need to move on with your life as much as is possible.|
|Up to £307,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Do I Have to Claim Compensation for a Concussion Injury?
When you suffer a concussion or other head / brain injury, you have up to three years to make a claim for compensation. Here at Tylers, we can help you to claim for compensation following any kind of brain injury that wasn’t your fault.
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Compensation Claims Solicitor?
Here at Tylers, our experienced team are proud to offer a no-win, no-fee legal service. If you’ve suffered a concussion injury of any kind, we are here for you. If, for whatever reason, we fail to get you the compensation you’re entitled to, you don’t need to pay us a penny.
Why Should I Choose Tylers to Represent My Concussion Compensation Claim?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are an experienced legal team. Over the years, we’ve helped thousands of people to get the compensation they’re entitled to, such as people who suffered concussion in car accident or by any other means. Whatever kind of head or brain injury you’ve suffered, our friendly, reliable and experienced solicitors are here for you. We will keep you updated throughout the claim’s progression, and do everything we can to get you the compensation that you need to move on with your life.
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We accept Nationwide Concussion and Brain Injury Compensation Claims
If you have suffered post-concussion syndrome or any other brain injury as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault or due to someone else’s negligence, then you may be able to make a claim. Call Tylers today on 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.
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- Acquired Brain Disorders.
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- Recurrent Traumatic Brain Damage.
- Locked-In Syndrome.
- Frontal Lobe Damage.
- Shaken Baby Syndrome.