Serious injury is usually declared where there is significant abnormality. This could be a fracture, a loss of a body organ or a significant limitation of use of a body function. These types of injuries affect the victim’s life as well as those of family and friends. They can also result in issues around employment and social life.

Total Number of Accidents

Number of Casualties (all severities)

Number of Serious Injuries

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Types of Serious Injury Claims

Head & brain injury claims

Head & brain injuries can be very complicated to assess, as there are numerous factors involved. If you or a member of your family have been involved in an accident that has resulted in a head or brain injury, we have a dedicated team of solicitors who deal specifically with these types of claims.

We understand that due to circumstances involving these types of serious injury, you or your loved one may not be able to travel. In such cases, our team will ensure they accommodate by coming out to see you at your convenience. We will work entirely at your pace and will not, under any circumstance, push you to make a claim.

Get in contact with us by calling 0800 124 4546 or complete our call back request form and one of our helpful agents will be happy to assist you.

Serious Head Injuries can be caused by some of the following:

  • Falls from height at work place
  • Road traffic accidents
  • Medical negligence

Spinal injury claims

Spinal cord or back injury is one of the most severe injuries. We appreciate that suffering from such an injury can turn your life upside down. It can affect your personal, professional and family life. The severity and symptoms of the injury can vary significantly from person to person and it affects people in different ways.

If you have been involved in an accident where you have sustained a spine or back injury, then it is important to talk to the right team to help you understand your rights with regards to claiming for the personal injury. Our expert serious injury solicitors can assist with getting you the correct level of compensation.

 

The compensation you receive can help you with your financial needs, for example:

  • Medical expenses
  • Travel expenses
  • Bills and daily expenses
  • Adaptation needed to your home

Get in contact with us by calling 0800 124 4546 or complete our call back request form and one of our helpful agents will be happy to assist you.

Fatal Accident claims

Losing a loved one is no doubt the most traumatic experience in anyone’s life, but an accidental loss is even harder to come to terms with. We hope and pray that no one has to go through such a situation.

Getting compensated for an accidental loss may be the last thing on your mind, but we believe it is your right and quite often people do not pursue it. It can never bring back the loved one but may help ease the financial hardship or help recover some of the funeral costs.

If you would like more information on how to proceed in such circumstances, please get in touch with us by calling 0800 124 4546 or by completing our call back request form and one of our helpful agents will be happy to assist you.

    Who is eligible to claim compensation?

    • Spouse
    • Husband/Wife of deceased
    • Parent or custodian
    • Grandparent
    • Child or a person treated as a child
    • Grandchild
    • Siblings, uncle or child of a sibling, aunt, uncle

      Loss of sight claims

      Loss of eye sight can result from a number of accidents and is no doubt extremely distressful. If your loved one has been through such an incident and has experienced temporary or permanent eye sight loss, we are able to help in getting the right level of compensation.

      Get in contact with us by calling 0800 124 4546 or complete our call back request form and one of our helpful agents will be happy to assist you.

        Common types of accidental eye injuries

        • From flying debris/glass during a road traffic accident
        • From debris in a workplace environment
        • Allergies/Radiation from harmful chemicals in a workplace

        It is possible to claim for the following in the event of an eye injury:

        • Medical expenses
        • Lost wages
        • Lost earning capacity
        • Permanent vision loss
        • Pain and suffering

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