Find out how to make a brain injury claim
Brain injuries can cause long-lasting problems that affect every aspect of life.
They can be life changing and, in the most severe cases, mean you need looking after for the rest of your life.
If you’ve been injured in an accident on the road as a:
you may be able to make a brain injury claim against the other party responsible for causing your injury.
Prepare for making a claim
It’s important to understand how to prove your case before making a claim. This includes gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, and preparing expert testimony. If you are not well enough to deal with all this yourself, don’t worry as often a friend or relative can step in to help.
Know Your Rights
If you’ve been injured by another person’s negligence, you need to know your rights. You also need to understand what you need to prove in order to win compensation.
Don’t Neglect Documentation
It’s important to keep documentation of everything that happened during the accident. This includes witness statements, police reports, medical records, and any other evidence that might help your case.
Start your Claim as soon as you can
If you claim early enough, you are likely receive compensation sooner than if you wait until later. Another reason to claim early is so that you do not miss anything or memories fade and evidence disappears that you need to rely on.
What is the usual brain injury claim amount?
That depends on how serious your brain injury is.
Your Solicitor will obtain a medical report and based on that will decide how much your brain injury claim is worth.
You can get an idea from looking at our compensation calculator but there is no substitute to talking to one of our Brain Injury Specialist Solicitors.
How much do I have to pay to speak to a no win, no fee brain injury solicitor?
At Grieves Solicitors, we offer free no-obligation initial chats about your claim to see if we can help.
If you choose us to deal with your claim and we think your case is likely to succeed we can offer you a no win, no fee agreement which means that you receive at least 75% of your compensation for your brain injury.
Speak to An Experienced Brain Injury Solicitor
It is very important to hire a Solicitor who has experience with brain injuries. This means that they have handled similar cases before.
They will also be able to tell you whether or not you have a strong case and how much money you might expect to receive as compensation.
Contact her now FREE for some advice on 0800 0747 644.
Follow this link to our brain injury page to learn more about making a claim.