A traumatic brain injury (also known as ‘acquired brain injury’) is damage to the brain that is caused after birth, often as a result of impact accidents such as car collisions. It is caused when the head is struck hard and the brain slams against the skull which can cause bruising and swelling muscle tissue tearing. This may lead to permanent damage and impairment to the brain.
What compensation can I claim?
If you have suffered a brain injury as the result or partial result of a transport injury, you may be able to claim compensation for the following:
- pain and suffering
- medical and related expenses
- financial loss
- future economic loss
- income loss
Can I claim compensation?
The long-term impacts of a brain injury are difficult to predict but may force the injured person and their family to adapt to a whole new life. If you or someone you know has experienced a brain injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Our expert accident injury lawyers at Zaparas will help you get the compensation you deserve. We offer obligation free first appointments; home or hospital appointments and case management on a no win no charge bases.
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