Navigating the aftermath of a brain injury can be overwhelmingly challenging, both emotionally and practically. Whether it's the result of a workplace incident, assault, or an unfortunate road accident, it's important to seek the expertise of a professional who can guide you through the process of claiming compensation under brain injury law. That's where we come in.
As specialists in brain injuries, we're here to provide comprehensive brain injury compensation advice from the onset of your injuries to the end of the legal journey. We can offer the support you need to best protect your compensation once your claim has concluded. With years of experience and a reputation for excellence, Switalskis is the brain injury solicitor you can count on when you need expertise you can trust.
With various legal complexities and emotional challenges involved in making a brain injury claim, you need a dedicated team of experts who can stand beside you every step of the way. As specialised brain injury solicitors, we have the in-depth knowledge and experience necessary to handle the most complex and sensitive cases.
Whether you're dealing with mild or severe traumatic brain injuries, our experts can guide you through the entire claims process. We believe in giving you a thorough understanding of the situation you're in. From your initial consultation, we provide tailored advice specific to your case, aiming to demystify the process and provide practical steps for the way forward.
Dealing with a brain injury is stressful enough without the additional worry of dealing with a legal claim. Our team of compassionate brain injury lawyers is trained to provide empathetic support throughout your case, helping you cope with the emotional burden while fighting for your legal rights.
Brain injuries can have lifelong implications. Beyond securing compensation, we offer ongoing support and advice to help you adjust to your new reality, always championing your rights and wellbeing.
At Switalskis, we offer a holistic approach to your brain injury claim. Our primary goal is to help you secure the compensation you deserve, easing your journey towards recovery. Let us be your trusted partners in this difficult time; because with Switalskis, you aren’t alone.
The legal landscape of brain injury claims can be complex and emotionally taxing. Switalskis is here to guide you through every step of this process. Below is an overview of how to go about making a brain injury claim with our expert team of brain injury solicitors:
Determining the exact amount of compensation for a brain injury claim is a complex process that varies from case to case. Several factors can influence how much compensation you might receive for a brain injury:
To succeed in your brain injury claim, the collection of thorough and compelling evidence is important. Switalskis boasts a team of skilled brain injury lawyers well versed in assembling robust cases to maximise your chances of receiving the compensation you need. Below are some key types of evidence that are instrumental in making a brain injury claim.
The expert team of brain injury lawyers at Switalskis can assist you in gathering all the necessary evidence to build a strong case. If you're facing a brain injury claim and need comprehensive advice and representation, don't hesitate to contact Switalskis.
One of the most pressing concerns for many people seeking compensation for brain injury is the financial aspect of pursuing a claim. Rest assured, Switalskis offers a range of funding options designed to minimise your financial burden while maximising your chances of receiving the brain injury compensation you deserve.
In most cases, claims need to be made within three years from when you either suffered the injuries, or from when you first discovered them. In the case of brain injuries, you will likely be aware of your injuries immediately. If you’re claiming on behalf of a child, you have three years from their 18th birthday to make a claim.
If you are making an application to the CICA for a brain injury as a result of an assault, you usually have two years from the date of the event.
There can be circumstances where the time for limitation doesn’t start immediately if you lack the mental capacity to instruct solicitors. However, we strongly recommend that you get advice as early as possible and we can advise on the best time to start the claims process based on your circumstances.
Understanding the nature and extent of a brain injury is important when seeking compensation. At Switalskis, our expertise in brain injury law enables us to address a wide range of injuries. Below are some of the common types of brain injuries that we deal with:
You may have sustained a brain injury as a consequence of medical treatment or advice, either by way of a hypoxic brain injury, an or something similar. Our medical negligence team can advise you on whether or not you can claim compensation.
When you consult with our brain injury solicitors, we'll conduct a comprehensive assessment to understand the specifics of your injury. This information is vital for pursuing a brain injury compensation claim tailored to your circumstances.
At Switalskis, we are well-versed in handling various types of brain injuries, making sure that your claim reflects the true extent of your injuries and the care you'll need moving forward. Trust our team to guide you through these complexities with expertise you can rely on.
The ways that a brain injury can impact your life will very much depend on the nature of the injuries. For example, a brain injury may also restrict mobility and movement that may need rehabilitation or changes to your lifestyle.
You may experience a combination of the following:
We have many years' experience of helping clients with brain injuries. This has included clients in a minimally conscious state and others who have suffered criminal assaults, so we have the knowledge and expertise to handle even the most complex cases.
Don't navigate the complexities of a brain injury claim alone. Put your trust in Switalskis' expertise and compassionate service. Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation with our specialist brain injury solicitors. Call us on 0800 138 0458 or get in touch via the website.