Dealing with the aftermath of a serious injury can have a massive impact on all aspects of your life and raise a lot of issues. Many of our member firms are happy to provide legal advice or help with welfare issues and any broader concerns; they don’t simply deal with claims.

You can be confident of receiving the best possible advice from people with genuine expertise.

All you need to do is complete the enquiry form below and your enquiry will be forwarded to one of our member firms.

They will respond promptly, and should be in touch within two working days.

In our experience, it’s unlikely that many of the issues you need to address can be dealt with immediately, but our members will be able to offer some initial advice and guidance as to what your next step should be. And that advice will be free of charge.

Whether you meet face-to-face or simply speak on the phone, that first conversation may be exactly what you need to offer a little peace of mind.

If further advice or action is required that will incur costs, our member firm will try to give you an idea of what those might be going forwards. If you do decide to go down a legal route, you are under no obligation to use the Brain Injury Group member who provided the initial advice or any other member firm, and they will be happy to give you a few pointers on how to choose an appropriate lawyer or adviser.

So if you would like some free, no obligation advice send us a message through our Legal & Welfare Service Online enquiry form – you’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain by having a word with one of our experts.

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Telephone and email enquiries will be assessed and allocated to an appropriate member firm. In order for them to offer advice, they may need to contact you to gather more information. By submitting your enquiry, you are agreeing to being contacted, but please remember that you are under no obligation to act on any advice offered, or to instruct the firm that responds to your enquiry if you do decide to take action.