Around 3,500 children and their families were involved in our Road Safety Week competitions. Here is a selection of images from some of the schools and cub packs that took part in Road Safety Week 2015.
Stroke is the most common non-traumatic cause of acquired brain injury. Catherine Bell of Brain Injury Group member firm Freeths Solicitors looks at when there might be a clinical negligence claim after someone has suffered… Read More
We are surrounded by reports of car accidents, violent attacks and strokes that result in severe brain injuries and conditions like Vegetative State and Minimally Consciousness. We may read about the accidents, but hear little… Read More
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.