We’ve put together some information about traumatic brain injuries, including how common they are in UK, common symptoms to look out for after a brain injury and the different effects people may experience.
One particular symptom which is reported by many people who have sustained a brain injury is fatigue.
Spinal cord injuries can affect anyone at any age and sadly, spinal injuries can lead to paralysis.
We have put together a guide about coroners and inquests, and how we can help you following the death of a loved one.
We have put together a guide about CICA applications and how you can expect these to progress.
Read Philip Coulthurst’s article on ‘The Importance of Early Treatment and Support’ in brain injury claims.
Inquests are necessary if the cause of a death was violent, sudden or not known. Inquests are managed by a Coroner. Find out more about inquests and Coroners here.
We’ve looked at some serious orthopaedic injuries that people can experience, and how this can affect different areas of their lives.
Brain injuries in children can have many different effects on development and may result in lifelong problems and complex needs. It is important that if your child has sustained a head injury or suspected concussion, they have time to recover from their injuries and take some time out.
Would you know what to do if you were involved in an accident whilst taking part in ‘adventurous activities’ on holiday? Our article offers advice.