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Brain & Head Injury Claims

Compensation from head injury claims often depends upon the severity of brain damage that has been experienced, operating on a scale of “minor” to “very severe”. Such claims generally need to be placed with 3 years of an accident taking place, although there are exceptions to this rule. In cases of criminal assault, two years is a more common time scale. In cases where the victim loses the ability to manage their own affairs or make important decisions, no time limit may be present.

Head and brain injuries are often the most worrying kind of accident. Lives can be turned upside down, not just for the individual, but their family too, so compensation is simply a representation of the pain and loss that you’ve suffered, as well as a helping hand in the aftermath when additional costs for care or changes to your living environment might be present.

The sad truth is that the vast majority of head and brain injuries in the workplace are often avoidable if an employer takes the proper precautions and complies with their legal responsibilities. This could be as basic as issuing the correct protective headgear; even the simplest precautions can prevent serious injury.

Here at The Claims Partnership, we understand how much a brain injury can have a dramatic impact on your life. Our expert head injury solicitors appreciate the difficult time that you are going through, and will handle your case delicately and with respect from our first meeting through to its conclusion. We will always give you the support and guidance you deserve. Your claim will also be no win, no fee based, eliminating any possibility of risk.

Common causes of head and brain injuries

Head and brain injury facts

  • Concussion is the most common type of brain injury
  • The second most common injury is a closed head injury, where the skull is not fractured
  • Penetrating brain injuries are the most serious, as an object has fractured the skull and entered the brain tissue
  • Diffuse brain injuries happen when the head is shaken and the brain movies within the skull. This can result in damage to different areas of the brain
  • The most serious brain injuries are brain contusions. This is where the skulls cracks or breaks and a fragment presses or penetrates the brain tissue

How can we help?

At The Claims Partnership, we are dedicated to working in your best interests and to providing a great value and high quality claims service. We treat our clients with integrity and fight their corner. We feel confident enough in our skills and experience to say that if it is legally possible to win your claim – then we will win it for you.

Our promise on costs

At The Claims Partnership, we have three simple rules which apply to our Personal Injury claims service:

  1. We never charge our clients anything until the day they receive their compensation payment
  2. We guarantee that all our clients will receive a minimum percentage of the compensation they are awarded
  3. We will agree that minimum percentage with our clients before we start work on their claim

For our Personal Injury claims service, we guarantee that all our clients will receive a minimum of 70% of the compensation we negotiate for them.

We can also help with any medical or rehabilitation needs that you may have.

Contact Us

If you would like to discuss your brain injury compensation claim or how we can help you, please contact us by phone on 01772 562084, by e mail at or by any of the Quick Contact Forms on this page. We don’t charge. We are never in a rush and we’re happy to help you as much as we can.

Case Study

A Train Station Employee Trips at the Entrance to the Train Station

Catherine worked as a Counter Assistant at a train station. She was walking into the station on her way to start work one morning. At the very entrance to the station was a small area covered with traditional paving stones. The paving stones were a little uneven. One of the paving stones was approximately 15 mm higher than the other one. As she stepped off it, she lost her balance, falling forwards and sideways and landing on her left arm. She suffered a serious fracture to her left arm and her left elbow.
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  • Alisa K (London)

    Without the Claims Partnership I doubt I would have received a compensation from Ryanair, glad I used their services. Thanks to Paul and Kallen.

    5 Star
  • Jeremy (South Wales)

    The Claims Partnership were very helpful and professional with helping me successfully win my work accident case I would highly recommend this company. Many Thanks.

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