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Brain Injury Compensation Claims Information

Brain injuries are the most serious kind of injury you can suffer. Even a relatively minor brain injury can still have an unbelievable impact on your life, and some kinds of brain damage still aren’t fully understood. If you’ve suffered any kind of brain injury that wasn’t your fault, you need to make a claim for compensation. If you’re looking to make brain injury compensation claims, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a complete range of brain injury compensation claims to suit your needs. Whether you’ve suffered a minor brain injury, or a loved one has suffered serious brain damage and are no longer capable of looking after themselves, we are here for you. Whatever kind of brain injury compensation you’re looking to claim, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.

What are the Most Common Causes of Brain Injuries in the UK?

Brain injuries are often caused by serious blows to the head, but can also be caused by infections, illnesses or medical negligence. In most cases, brain injuries will occur as the direct result of an accident at work, road traffic accident or physical assault. If you, or a loved one, have suffered a brain injury that wasn’t your/their fault, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.

What are The Long-Term Complications or Symptoms of Brain Injuries?

Head and brain injuries can lead to brain damage, which can have a wide range of symptoms and complications. In some cases, brain damage can lead to learning difficulties, changes in personality and a wide range of other symptoms. Whatever kind of complications or brain damage symptoms you, or a loved one, are suffering from, we are here for you. To start your brain damage compensation, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.

Am I Entitled to Claim for Brain Injury Compensation?

If you’ve suffered any kind of brain injury that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation. In some cases, you may be able to claim on behalf of a loved one if they’ve suffered brain damage that wasn’t their fault. If you’re looking for an experienced team to provide no-win, no-fee brain injury compensation, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.

Why Choose Tylers Solicitors to Represent My Brain Injury Compensation?

Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading providers of no-win, no-fee brain injury compensation claims. If you’ve suffered any kind of brain injury or brain damage, we are here for you. For more information on our wide range of no-win, no-fee brain injury compensation claims, don’t hesitate to get in touch today! We’re dedicated to helping you get the compensation you need to move on with your life.

Brain Injury Compensation Claims Amounts

As with any kind of personal injury, the amount of compensation you could be entitled to claim depends on the severity of your injuries. The more serious your brain injury, the more compensation you may be able to claim. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the compensation you need to move on with your life. If you’re curious about how much compensation you could be entitled to, get in touch or use our simple brain injury compensation calculator below.

Short-Term or Minor Brain Damage Compensation Amounts
Some brain injuries are relatively minor, and you can make a full recovery in a few weeks or months. If you’ve suffered any kind of short-term brain injury or brain damage, we are here for you. For more information, or to start your brain damage compensation claim today, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors directly!
£1.760 to £37,760
Moderate Brain Injury Compensation Amounts
Moderate brain injuries can cause serious long-term complications, including learning difficulties and changes in personality. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to claim moderate brain injury compensation following any brain injury that wasn’t your fault.
£34,330 to £192,090
Serious & Long-Term Brain Damage Compensation Amounts
Serious brain injury and damage can cause long-term complications and have a serious impact on your health. In some cases, these kinds of brain damage can lead to long-term injuries and noticeably impact your day-to-day life. In many cases, you may require regular care or medical treatment.
£174,620 to £247,280
Permanent Brain Damage or Brain Death Compensation Amounts
Brain damage can lead to a wide range of serious health concerns, many of which can be permanent. If you, or a loved one, has suffered a permanent brain damage injury that wasn’t your/their fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation. For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.
£224,800 to £354.260

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Solicitor for Brain Injury Compensation Claims?

If you’ve suffered any kind of brain injury that wasn’t your fault, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. Our no-win, no-fee legal service means you’ll be able to start your brain injury compensation claim today, without spending a penny! All our costs are recovered from the eventual settlement, meaning you don’t need to worry about paying us until the legal case is settled.

How Long Do I Have to Claim for Brain Injury Compensation Claims in the UK?

Once you’ve suffered any kind of personal injury that wasn’t your fault, you have up to three years to begin your claim for compensation. If you’re looking for a specialist no-win, no-fee team to help you get the brain injury compensation you’re entitled to, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. We can help you to claim for the compensation you need following any kind of brain injury that wasn’t your fault. If you aren’t sure whether you’re eligible to claim or not, we are here for you.

What is an Acquired Brain Injury?

Head and brain injury have a severe impact on the lives of an individual. Some of the activities which the injury will hinder include: work, education and day to day living. When a person suffers from head injury, he or she will experience physical problems such as cognitive impairment and impaired movement. When you encounter such problems, you may want to consider an Acquired Brain Injury Compensation Claim. This is where a solicitor calculates the amount of compensation which can be claimed for your pain, suffering and long term needs. If you have an acquired brain injury and it was not your fault, contact us to begin your claim for compensation today.

Can I Make a Claim for Closed Head Injuries?

A blunt force to the head can result to a closed head injury. This can occur during an impact when you hit your head hard on the dashboard, windscreen or any other hard surface. The result can be an injury to the area of the brain near the impact or the entire brain and head. This depends on the force or impact to the head. If you would like to discuss your claim for compensation in more detail, please contact us today.

Is it Possible to Claim for Open Head Injury Compensation?

This usually occurs when a bullet or sharp object goes through the skull. In most cases, it only damages the part of the brain in its path but dirt, fragments and foreign objects may cause further damage. If you, or a loved one, have suffered from a traumatic brain injury as the result of an open head wound caused by someone else’s negligence, we are here for you.

What can be Claimed for a Traumatic Brain Injury Accident?

When you make a claim for a traumatic or acquired brain injury, you’ll often be entitled to claim for more than the injury itself. Most brain injury compensation claims in the UK consist of:

Overall Damages – The overall damages include the main damages you’ve suffered as a result of your traumatic brain injury accident. These include the direct damages you’ve suffered, including physical injuries and any associated suffering.

Additional Damages – The additional damages you could suffer include the long-term impact of your injuries. The more serious your brain injury, the greater an impact it is likely to have on your future earnings. Whether you’re off work for some time, or even if you’ve been left unable to work as a result of your brain injury, we are here for you.

Monetary Damages – These damages cover the expenses of immediate changes that you may have to make as a result of your brain injury. This may be claiming for money to alter your new living arrangements, costs for a care home or other specialist care that’s needed.

Can I Claim for a Loved One’s Brain Injury Compensation?

If a loved one, such as a parent, spouse or child has suffered a brain injury that wasn’t their fault, we are here for you. You may be entitled to claim compensation on their behalf. For more information, or to see if you’re eligible to claim for a loved one’s severe brain damage, we are here for you. For more information, or to understand if you’re eligible to begin your loved one’s compensation claim, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.

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Brain Injury Compensation Claims

Tylers Accepts Nationwide Brain Injury Compensation Claims

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are proud to offer a wide range of brain injury compensation claims to suit your needs. If you’re looking to make a claim for brain damage compensation following a road traffic accident or accident at work, we are here for you.

For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our brain injury compensation claims solicitors today. You can reach our team of experience solicitors directly by calling 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can use our simple online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

  • Diffuse Axonal Injury.
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries.
  • CTE Brain Injury.
  • Closed Brain Damage.
  • Open (Penetrating) Brain Damage.

  • Anoxic Injury.
  • Hypoxic Injury.
  • Bleeding on the Brain.
  • Acquired Brain Disorders.
  • Neurological Injuries.

  • Second Impact Syndrome.
  • Recurrent Traumatic Brain Damage.
  • Locked-In Syndrome.
  • Frontal Lobe Damage.
  • Shaken Baby Syndrome.