As a solicitor with more than 20 years’ experience, I am extremely proud to be a part of the Hudgell Solicitors team which provides the very best support to those who have suffered serious brain injuries.
Our extensive team of specialists have vast expertise and experience in handling complex cases, ensuring our clients benefit from not only the very best legal advice and representation, but also key support in their rehabilitation and treatment.
We know how difficult it is for people to adjust to the huge life changes a brain injury brings, and fully appreciate that no amount of financial compensation can return life to normal.
Those who suffer brain injuries need not only legal expertise and advice, but also understanding of the daily difficulties they face at home and in their communities, and support as they look to rebuild their lives.
It is with that in mind that we are delighted to provide additional, one-on-one support through our official ambassador Paul Spence, a brain injury victim who has made an inspirational recovery himself and is now committed to helping others walk the same path.
Paul offers a depth of understanding of the daily challenges brain injury sufferers’ face, with the aim of being a positive, understanding role model for them during difficult times.
Our partnership with the Brain Injury Group is also one we are very proud of, helping us to access extra, key support for the individuals and families we represent.
Alongside seeking early compensation payments where possible to pay for medical treatment, rehabilitation, and cover bills when people are unable to work, we have a track record of securing substantial settlements which help our clients start rebuilding their lives.
We see the person, and not the claim, and is this approach which we proudly and passionately believe sets Hudgell Solicitors apart from the rest.
I was delighted to be recently re-selected onto The Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel, for which only solicitors who can demonstrate extensive knowledge, skills and experience in dealing with high-value and complicated injury cases, such as brain injury, are selected.
By the time my renewal expires in 2020, I will have been a member of the panel and supporting people who have suffered serious injury for 20 years. That is something I am very proud of.