Brain injury is often described as a hidden disability – there may be no physical signs of a brain injury, though if sustained as a result of a traumatic accident, additional physical injury may have… Read More
Our training programme for 2020 has recently drawn to a close. We’ve been running specialist training for catastrophic injury lawyers and case managers since 2012 and this year managed to squeeze in two face to… 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.
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Whilst your lawyer’s overall objective is to achieve compensation for you after you have been injured, this will not be their only goal. They should be prioritising your immediate needs and focusing on the right rehabilitation for you along the way. https://t.co/mIz4gbmr0S