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Head and Brain Injury Solicitors Glasgow, Scotland

The brain is the most important organ in the human body. It controls and coordinates actions and reactions, allows us to think and feel and enables us to have memories and feelings. Brain and head injuries are therefore one of the most serious and potentially life-changing injuries a person can sustain. The law covering legal claims for traumatic brain injuries is thus extremely specialised. If you have sustained a head injury at work or through an accident caused by another’s negligence in the last three years, our personal injury solicitors are on hand to provide personalised and supportive legal advice at an undoubtedly challenging and distressing time for you and your family.

Brain and head injuries

There are many different types and severities of head and brain injuries, ranging from mild concussion to penetrating head injuries and brain contusions, the causes of which can include:

  • road traffic accidents;
  • impact sustained to the head;
  • sport accidents;
  • slips, trips or falls; and
  • exposure to toxic or poisonous substances.

The effect of a serious head injury on an individual depends on a number of factors such as the type, location and severity of the injury. Symptoms can be wide-ranging, from physical effects such as balance problems, headaches and dizziness to cognitive, emotional and behavioural effects such as memory problems and anger.

A head or brain injury may significantly compromise your ability to walk, speak or complete everyday tasks to the extent you were accustomed to prior to your injury. Head injuries can therefore be difficult for you and your family to deal with. If you have suffered a head or brain injury in an accident, you should seek advice from an experienced lawyer who will handle your case effectively.

Compensation for brain and head injuries

If you have suffered a head injury as a result of another person’s negligence, you have a right to make a claim for compensation. The damages awarded for head and brain injuries intend to help the injured person manage their pain and suffering, provide the financial resources required for treatment and rehabilitation and cover any other associated costs and losses, such as loss of wages and future earning ability.

The brain is one of the most crucial parts of the body. If you have suffered a head or brain injury in a road traffic accident, the workplace or elsewhere as a result of another’s negligence, our personal injury solicitors will guide you through the process of making a claim. From medical expenses to loss of earnings, we will assist you in recovering the costs of your accident, and secure the compensation you deserve for your injury. We can also help you get the medical care you need to help with your recovery.

Our brain and head injury support

The high-calibre personal injury solicitors at Miller Samuel Hill Brown can provide you with the advice and support you need in the aftermath of an accident that was not your fault. When you contact us, we will arrange a convenient time to meet with you and discuss your case. Everything will be explained to you clearly and without the use of confusing legal language. If you decide to purse a claim for compensation, your dedicated personal injury lawyer will assess your case thoroughly to ensure the full extent of your injuries and loss are accounted for in your compensation claim. We offer a comprehensive fee structure, which means there will be no unexpected costs.

Contact our Brain and Head Injury Claims Lawyers in Glasgow, Scotland

If you have suffered a head or brain injury in the last three years as a result of another’s negligence or through an accident that was not your fault, contact our expert personal injury solicitors today. Call us on 0141 413 9414 or fill out our online enquiry form.

 

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