Brain Injury Claims

Headway, the brain injury association, says someone is admitted to hospital in the UK with an acquired brain injury every 90 seconds.

The effects and severity of a brain injury can vary and symptoms may include cognitive difficulties, memory loss, poor concentration, permanent brain damage and physical disability.

Our serious injury solicitors have worked with adults and children who have suffered brain injuries as a result of accidents at work, road traffic accidents, medical negligence, assaults and attacks.

Our team will help you and your family to make a claim for compensation to cover costs such as medical treatment, rehabilitation, changes in lifestyle, and the financial impact of a brain injury.

We work closely with experts who provide additional advice and support, including case managers who coordinate rehabilitation care; support workers who help patients and their families at home and in the community; disability architects who adapt an individual’s surroundings such as their home; occupational and other therapists who give expert guidance to help with an individual’s recovery, and job coaches to assist those who are able to return to work.

“Thompsons were brilliant, absolutely brilliant, nothing was too much trouble.” Maisey, mother of Patrick, our brain injury client