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Supporting people with brain injury
One person’s brain injury affects their entire family. Our network of professionals enables you to access a complete package of practical, emotional and financial support.
Health and social care professionals
Sharing knowledge and best practice develops further the expertise of the health and social care professionals working with brain injured people.
Legal and professional service providers
We expect a lot of our members; time and again they demonstrate their dedication to achieving the best outcome for brain injured people. It’s an elite group that we’re proud of.
If you have suffered a brain injury as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, it’s important to be aware that there is a time limit within which you must lodge your claim…
Universal Credit was introduced in 2013 with the aim of simplifying the welfare system by replacing six existing legacy benefits with one benefit, to be paid monthly in arrears. Unlike Income Support, Employment & Support…
NHS Continuing Healthcare is a package of care arranged and funded solely by the NHS. It is not means-tested and is based on an adult’s nursing care needs. Such funding is intended to cover the…
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Choosing the right legal adviser
A brain injury can change a person’s life significantly – and that of their family. Many injuries are unfortunately the responsibility of a third party, in which case there may be the potential to make a claim for compensation. A successful claim could go a long way towards supporting a rehabilitation programme, or providing long term care, or simply easing the financial burden caused by changed circumstances.
If you think you have a claim, speak to several lawyers and ask lots of questions before you instruct anyone; you need to find someone you can relate to. When you speak to any one of our network members, you can be confident that they have a track record of handling brain injury cases and appreciate all the complexities.
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If a loved one sustains a severe brain injury, you may hear mention of the key principles of the Mental Capacity Act - but what does this actually mean? To chat to a lawyer experienced in supporting brain injury clients visit https://t.co/UrNspwiC55
If your child suffers a brain injury during their school years, its likely their schooling will be interrupted and they will require additional support on return to school. To speak to a specialist education solicitor visit https://t.co/LiLcMGPylA