Support in the event of a brain injury
When somebody suffers a brain injury in an accident which is not their fault, they could be eligible to make a brain injury compensation claim.
This claim will help the injured person and their family to secure much needed funding, to pay for medical help, rehabilitation, home adaptations and other necessary support services.
Of course, financial support is just one of the support structures required, and available, in the wake of a brain injury. The major forms of brain injury support include:
At Moore Blatch, we offer the support of experienced brain injury solicitors and a team of legal advisors offering impartial and confidential advice. We don’t just work to get you the financial support you need, we help you to access the very best medical and rehabilitation support services in the UK.
Importantly, we can find the best support structures in your area. When you’re going through such a stressful and challenging period, limiting the amount of long distance travel you do is all important.
Why do I need brain injury compensation?
From the early days of recovery in the care of specialist hospital staff to the ongoing period of rehabilitation and adapted living all of the care and support services required by persons living with a brain injury cost money. If the brain injury in question was the result of an accident which was not the injured person’s fault, they are entitled to compensation.
Moore Blatch has more than 30 years experience of securing this compensation for our clients. We work with leading barristers and medical experts to build the best possible case, and to ensure that your compensation is maximised.
If you require lifelong support and care, we will fight for every penny that you will need from now until then.
What support will I receive?
We employ the best medical experts to ensure that we collect all the necessary evidence of your injuries and requirements for ongoing care and medical support. We will assess precisely what you need, so that we can build the best possible case on your behalf and get the right amount of compensation.
In appropriate cases we will instruct a financial adviser to assess your financial situation, help you to manage any urgent problems and further assess your ongoing requirements.
During the claim process we will arrange for you to meet with leading barristers specialising in serious injury claims. The barrister or barristers we instruct will work closely with you and us throughout your claim, and in the event of a trial, they will represent you at trial..
What emotional support do you provide?
Brain injuries affect the whole family and aftermath of an accident is stressful enough without difficult and drawn out legal proceedings. Our brain injury compensation solicitors do all of the hard work on your case so you don’t have to.
In addition to that we also offer a range of emotional and rehabilitative support services which help with everyday issues and make life that little bit easier.
From day one, we don’t just discuss your eligibility for a claim. We will also provide general advice on dealing with a traumatic accident and getting the help you need.
We will arrange for an immediate needs assessment which will outline your requirements and how they should be met.
The report produced will document the need for medical treatment, mobility aids or specialist housing. A dedicated case manager will then ensure that all of the requirements documented are met and you get all of the help that you need. It is important that you are able to build a good relationship with your case manager as they will be working closely with you and your family, and we will therefore ensure that you are involved in the process of appointing your case manager.
Learning to adjust your life following a brain injury can be difficult but it is not a challenge that you have to take up alone. Call Moore Blatch Solicitors today for the legal advice and practical support you need.