Everything You Need To Know
Serious Injury Claims
Serious injuries involving the brain, spinal cord or amputation...
Can have catastrophic consequences for the person suffering the injury and their carers, family and friends. Life becomes very challenging requiring specialist care and support.
Amputation can have significant physical, emotional, psychological and financial effects on you and those close to you. There are two types: 1. Surgical Amputation which can happen if a body part is damaged badly in an accident, or it has developed a serious infection. 2. Traumatic Amputation which happens as a direct result of an accident, where body parts are lost at the time of the incident, e.g. at work or in a road traffic accident.
Brain Injury Claims
If you or a family member suffers a brain injury, you will need practical help and support as well as sympathy and compassion to help you deal with the effects it will have on your life.
If you have suffered a burn/burns or scarring due to an accident, cosmetic treatment that has gone wrong or through medical negligence, you should claim compensation.
Children will always suffer bumps and bruises and minor cuts through normal play and learning. However, sometimes they can suffer more serious injuries due to a lack of safety measures.
Facial injuries can occur in many situations such as road traffic accidents, accidents at work, sporting accidents, on holiday or in any public place. These injuries can have significant physical, emotional, psychological and financial impact.
Losing a loved one is a terrible personal experience and causes great pain for close family. There are many things to deal with and often it is difficult to grieve in the immediate aftermath. It is important, then when you are ready, to start thinking about the future and whether the accident was someone else’s fault. If it is, you should make a fatal accident compensation claim.
It is very common for there to be multiple injuries suffered in an accident, particularly those involving vehicles following a road traffic accident for example. The combination of these injuries can have a significant impact on your life and often become life-changing.
Nerves can easily be damaged in surgery. There is a higher risk of nerve damage in some operations such as back, hip, knee surgery or other joint surgery where there is a high concentration of nerve endings in the area being treated.
When you or a family member suffers a spinal cord injury, you need practical help and support as well as sympathy and compassion to help you deal with the effects it will have on your life. Being paralysed at any level is devastating and life-changing but with help and support, you can often return to a rewarding and active life.
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