Head and brain injuries are amongst the worse type of injuries we can suffer. Regardless of the severity the effects can be far reaching not only affecting the individual but also the people closest to them.
Following a serious head or brain injury you can be left with problems such as:
- Personality change
- Behaviour change
- Physical complications such as movement, balance or speech
Any of these types of problems can cause issues within the home and workplace as well affect relationships with those that care for you. Our Team of expert solicitors have many years' experience helping clients with all of their needs post injury.
Drawing on other specialists in the Firm we can offer:
- Advice on which Community Care services are available to you
- How personal injury trusts work in ensuring your interests and compensation are protected now and in the future
- When Court of Protection or Powers of Attorney are appropriate
You can rest assured at all times that you are dealing with a specialist Team with many years' expertise of working successfully on behalf of individuals who have suffered brain injuries. Our aim is always to uncomplicate the legal process involved, working collaboratively with the injured and their families to reach a successful resolution as quickly as possible, understanding how difficult and challenging such a time can be.
From the initial consultation, through to completing the legal paperwork and negotiating your claim, we're with you every step of the way.
As a panel solicitor member of national charity Headway FBC Manby Bowdler's specialist Team is accredited and recognised for its expertise in dealing with head and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) claims. Partners Susan Todhunter and Tim Gray are renowned for their work in this area and are two of the region's leading brain injury claim lawyers.
Contact us now and we'll listen to you, assess your claim for free and advise you on the next steps to gaining the compensation to which you may be entitled.