Head injury, spinal and serious injury

“I would like to thank you for the consummate professional assistance over the years in what has been a challenging and very complex case. Thank you - you have been great!”

Mr S Basingstoke
Brain, head and spinal injuries can have traumatic consequences for the victim, and our Personal Injury team has a huge amount of expertise in winning substantial compensation for the type of catastrophic injuries that have a devastating effect on individuals and their families.

It is vital that compensation claims are dealt with by personal injury specialists who understand all the implications of a brain and head injury to an individual following an accident that was not their fault.

Our personal injury lawyers work with independent medical experts to prepare all the evidence needed to make a large compensation claim. Such a claim takes account of not only a victim’s pain and suffering but also time spent in hospital, medical treatment, rehabilitation, care support, transport and the need for facilities in the family home to help care for the victim.

Any compensation claim must take account of the long-term future and that’s what drives our personal injury specialist to make as large a claim as possible for injuries that have a lifelong impact on the individual and family.

Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their brain, head and spinal injury compensation claims because:

  • We are acknowledged leaders in the field
  • Our legal team has, collectively, many years experience in winning personal injury compensation claims
  • We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
  • We act quickly so clients get the compensation and care they need as soon as possible
  • Our personal injury team is recognised as having some of the leading lawyers who deal with head and brain damage compensation claims.
  • We have personal injury specialists who are accredited by Headway (the brain injury association), the Child Brain Injury Trust and the Spinal Injuries Association.
  • You  will discuss your case with a highly qualified lawyer right from the outset

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