Brain & Head Injury Compensation Claims

We can help with your head injury compensation claim

It is possible to sustain a head injury through a variety of different types of accidents, including car accidents or sporting injuries, and the severity of the injury can vary significantly.  A medical professional should evaluate all head injuries to determine if there is significant damage or if long-term complications are likely.

The outcome of a head injury may not be obvious at the time of the injury, but at the onset of any symptoms of suspected concussion, a doctor should be consulted immediately.

What problems are associated with head injuries?

There are many short- and long-term problems associated with head injuries, such as:

  • An injury to the spine
  • An injury to the brain resulting in bleeding
  • Concussion
  • Speech difficulties
  • VomitingParalysis
  • Coma (in more severe cases)

What is the process for bringing a head injury case

It is advisable to keep records of all your medical treatment and keep a note of all your expenses associated to the injury. Seek legal advice from a personal injury solicitor before bringing a claim through the Injuries Board.