What is a brain injury and why do I need to claim for brain injury?
Although many brain injuries are mild, and their symptoms temporary, some brain injuries are considered as severe; causing long term or life-long injuries.
A brain injury is classed as severe if it causes substantial neurological injury and physiological changes to the brain.
The charity dedicated to brain injuries, The Brian Charity defines a traumatic brain injury as ‘damage to the brain from trauma to the head.’
This damage is characterised as minor, moderate or severe dependent on several parameters. However, each individual injury is different and the effects on an individual can differ significantly, demanding varying levels of care, treatment and rehabilitation. This is why, it’s important to consider each brain injury compensation on a case-by-case basis, so we can determine how best our brain injury solicitors can help you.
What are the two main types of brain injury that I can claim for?
There are two main types of brain injury:
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
No matter what type of head injury you or a loved one is suffering from, our team of brain injury solicitors can help you with head injury compensation claims and support you and your family through this difficult time.
Why should I choose JMR solicitors for my brain injury claim?
Brain injuries can have a shocking effect on lives. At a difficult time, our professional brain injury lawyers can offer up-front and clear advice and support. Our method is to work with the family that are directly affected as well as the injured person to get maximum compensation to help rebuild lives in a way where all parties are satisfied.
How will I pay the brain injury solicitors for my claim?
JMR solicitors work on a no win no fee basis for brain injury claims.