Head & brain injury compensation claims
Free initial advice – no win, no fee claims
We have handled a number of cases in this area of clinical negligence. It is vital you get the compensation you deserve to help with the support you will need and on-going rehabilitation and expenses that go with that. Brain injuries can be extremely serious and can leave you with an impacted quality of life leading to an adult not being able to work, relationship difficulties, children being left with the inability to be educated right through to everyday individual tasks becoming impossible.
Helping you claim the compensation you deserve
Our specialist solicitors have helped many people claim compensation following serious head injuries. Stone Rowe Brewer LLP also have good contacts within the care and rehabilitation industry and can put you in touch with expert case managers. With our experience in this area we know exactly what to do to get maximum compensation in relation to the severity of your injury.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to negligence please contact one of our specialist solicitors on 020 3510 0205 to discuss your claim.
Common causes of brain injury:
How much can I claim?
How much you can claim will depend very much on the impact and severity of the brain injury received. You may need to be assessed by a medical team for us to better understand your limitations caused by your brain injury.
Compensation will take into account future physical and psychological support required, specialist equipment and adaptions to your home that are needed. Also any future pain and suffering that you may experience will be taken into account alongside loss of work and income related to your injury.
Compensation amounts vary from £2,000 – £11,000 for minor head injury to £330,000 for severe brain damage.
What happens if the victim’s brain injury is so severe they cannot start a case for compensation themselves?
In this scenario a claim must be undertaken by a “litigation friend”: this is usually a close family friend, family member, spouse who acts in the best interest of the victim.