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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
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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