We work with many of the leading figures in brain injury rehabilitation, so we know who to instruct on your behalf to help accurately assess and evaluate your claim.
A brain injury presents challenges for the individual as well as friends and family who are supporting them. These challenges are often even more complex than those presented by physical injuries.
The special circumstances arising in brain injury claims mean that it is essential that you have a solicitor who specialises in this area. Your claim will need the support of medical and health care professionals who will work closely with your solicitor to make sure that your needs are met. Early help is important to obtain interim payments, where applicable. These payments can make a real difference to your life by providing the funds to pay for private rehabilitation, address any housing needs, implement care and case management and make provision for a smooth transition from hospital.
Help from Headway
If you or a relative have suffered a brain injury you will find useful information and support from Headway UK, the national brain injury charity. Our solicitors donate their time to the management committees of several branches of Headway, and we support the national charity. We are also members of the Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT).
Support from Silverlining
The Silverlining Brain Injury Charity offers opportunities for all those affected by brain injury to get involved in exciting and purposeful activities in the community. They run free and low-cost activities and events in the community encouraging members to reconnect, grow and discover something new. Their work engages brain injured people with the wider community in such a way which invigorates, motivates and rehabilitates to discover a sense of purpose, social structure and added meaning to their lives.