Head Injury Compensation Claims

Head injuries can be the result of a variety of different types of accident, including car accidents or sporting injuries, and can vary a great deal in severity.  All head injuries should be assessed by a medical professional to establish whether or not there is significant damage, or whether there is a likelihood of long-term consequences.

If you, or someone you are close to, has suffered a head injury, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.  Negative outcomes as a result of head injury may not be immediately obvious but any symptoms of suspected concussion should be immediately investigated by a doctor.

What Sort of Problems are Linked to Head Injuries?

Head injuries can be associated with many short and long term problems, including:

•    Spinal injuries

•    Bleeding in the brain

•    Concussion

•    Paralysis

•    Problems with speech

•    Vomiting

•    Coma (temporary or long-term)

How Can I Make a Head Injury Compensation Claim?

Visiting a solicitor who specialises in this type of claim is the first step in making a compensation claim for a head injury*. If you want to get more information on whether you or a friend/relative who has been affected or incapacitated to any degree as a result of a head injury, you should discuss this with a specialist solicitor such as S.T. O’Sullivan & Co Solicitors in the first instance.


*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or a proportion of any award or settlement.

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