Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims
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- Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims Information
- What Incidents Can Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries?
- Can I Make a Claim for Closed Head Injuries?
- Is it Possible to Claim for Open Head Injury Compensation?
- How Can Tylers Help Me To Get Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation?
- Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims Information
Some accidents whether on the road or at the work place result in head injuries. This affects the brain meaning that you can claim for a traumatic brain injury compensation. This form of compensation is trickier because it requires more evidence to prove that you actually sustained a brain injury during an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence.
Tylers Solicitors can help you build a strong case that helps you get the compensation you deserve. Our main aim is to get you as much money as we can to compensate you for your injuries and any other loss incurred.
What Incidents Can Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries?
Any impact to the head can cause a brain injury with most traumatic brain injuries occurring when a person is involved in a motor vehicle accident. Depending on the force of impact, a brain injury can be termed as mild or severe.
When the injury is mild, loss of consciousness may be experienced for a few minutes while when the damage is severe you can lose consciousness for more than an hour. In some cases, symptoms develop a few days, weeks or even months after the accident occurs. There are two main types of traumatic brain injuries.
Can I Make a Claim for Closed Head Injuries?
A blunt force to the head can result to a closed head injury. This can occur during an impact when you hit your head hard on the dashboard, windscreen or any other hard surface. The result can be an injury to the area of the brain near the impact or the entire brain and head. This depends on the force or impact to the head.
Is it Possible to Claim for Open Head Injury Compensation?
This usually occurs when a bullet or sharp object goes through the skull. In most cases, it only damages the part of the brain on its path but dirt, fragments and foreign objects may cause further damage.
How Can Tylers Help Me To Get Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation?
When you call Tylers Solicitors requiring help in a brain injury compensation case, the first thing they will do is get to know the extent of the injuries and gather evidence that can build for you a strong case. This involves getting to know you more, sometimes on a personal level and hiring doctors to ascertain the extent of injuries and testify in a court of law if need be. Their main aim is to get justice for you and ensure that you are not only compensated for the injuries but also for expenses incurred, pain suffered, loss of employment, cost of rehabilitation and cost of care. They deal with the defendants and in most cases get an out of court settlement where need be, they have the required experience to handle any traumatic brain injury compensation case in a court of law.
Traumatic brain injury should not be a reason for your life to change drastically, Tylers Solicitors ensure that you and your family do not suffer. We walk with you through the journey until you get a fair compensation making the process as fast and painless as possible. You are assured that you do not only get the compensation you deserve but you also get emotional support to help you build your life again.
Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury and you want to seek out compensation, we could be able to help you here at Tylers. While it may take some time to figure out to amount of compensation you could be owed, it will come down to the severity and symptoms of your brain injury. Want to find out how much you could be owed? Use our simple traumatic brain injury calculator below!
Minor Brain Damage Compensation Amounts
|In this case with minor brain damage, symptoms may show such as poor concentration and poor memory which may result in temporary memory loss. If you have suffered these symptoms and feel you may be owed compensation, don’t hesitate and get in touch with us today.|
|£10,000 to £30,000|
Moderate traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
|In this case, you have be a victim and suffering to reduced mental capacity. Perhaps you’re often forgetting things and not coping like you’re used to it, which could come with psychological damage. If this is familiar to you, get in touch with our team today.|
|Up to £38,000|
Moderate to Severe Brain Injury Abuse Compensation Amounts
|In this case, you may been a victim of serious disablement and struggling to go about your daily life. Your mental capabilities may be getting worse and long-term health care may be being looking into.|
|Up to £100,000|
Severe Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
|In this case, you may been a completely different place in your life as a result of your brain injury. For example, you may have little to no quality of life and need round the clock care. If you need constant care and attention, call Tylers today and we can help you claim compensation.|
|Up to £145,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Claim Compensation for a Brain Injury at Work?
The workplace is proven to be one of the most common places where brain injuries can happen. As unfortunate as this is, falling makes up to 40% of brain injuries. This is particularly common in places such as warehouses, factories and distribution centres. Although, it can still happen in office’s if the environment isn’t fit for purpose. If there is a clear liability and lack of care that’s contributed towards your brain injury, then you could be owed compensation.
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims Solicitor?
Our team – here at Tylers – have always been proud to offer a comprehensive and transparent personal injury service to all of our customers. We operate on a strict no-win, no-fee basis that benefits customers and eases the stress of having to pay out before we have done our job and won you the compensation you deserve. This means you can sit back, let us do the work and you won’t pay us a penny until we’re successful with your compensation.
What can be Claimed for a Traumatic Brain Injury Accident?
Overall Damages – These damages consist of the main damages that you’ve suffered as a result of your traumatic brain injury accident. These are the direct damages that have affected you such as physical injuries and complications and mental health/ emotional suffering that you may be going through.
Additional Damages – These type of damages – that you can claim for – estimate the damages in the future that may come as a result of the injury. An example of this is future earnings that you may lose out on as a result of being off work due to your brain injury.
Money Damages – These sort of damages cover the expenses of immediate changes that you may have to make as a result of your brain injury. This may be claiming for money to alter your new living arrangements, costs for a care home or other specialist care that’s needed.
Can I Claim Compensation for Brain Injury Accident in a Public Place?
If you are looking to claim compensation for a brain injury that happened as a result of an accident in a public place, it may be slightly more harder to claim for than if it happened in the workplace. The reason for this is that it becomes more difficult to determine who’s liable and who’s in the wrong.
Despite this, of course you still stand a chance for a claim for an accident that happened in a public place. To have your strongest chance possible, it’s important to gather all potential evidence and witness statements to appeal for your claim. Any doctors notes, people that were there to see it or anything else can be substantial proof.
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We Accept Nationwide Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are proud to offer a complete range of legal services, including traumatic 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. 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.
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