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Brain injury solicitors
Making a successful claim for brain injury compensation requires specialist solicitors who can deal with all aspects of a brain injured client’s needs. It will become obvious very quickly that only specialist brain injury claim solicitors are able to provide the important advice that will be required at an early stage.
We are a leading specialist brain injury law firm. The team Partners each have 20 years experience of working for clients with severe brain and head injuries. Our dedicated team of injury lawyers are able to provide advice and assistance through our high levels of legal expertise and links with brain injury associations and those providing brain injury rehabilitation and support.
Headway approved firm
Our clients are safe in the knowledge that the lawyers who support them are leading experts in this area. Our brain injury claims team are members of the Headway personal injury solicitors list which means we have agreed to work within the Headway personal injury lawyer’s code of conduct. This in turn means that by choosing us you can have confidence in the quality and expertise of our firm and our commitment to addressing your particular needs and circumstances.
Our priority is to work closely with the family of the injured person and to advise throughout the claim on how we can help to obtain early interim payments to deal with rehabilitation costs, nursing care, specialist equipment, aids and appliances and money to replace lost income.
Scope approved firm
We are proud sponsors of the disability charity SCOPE and are listed by them as solicitors experienced in medical negligence litigation who can assist individuals and families looking for solicitors.
Why choose Boyes Turner?
Brain injuries can have a devastating effect on lives. At a distressing time, our specialist brain injury lawyers can offer straightforward and clear advice and assistance. Our approach is to work with the family and the injured person to get maximum compensation to help rebuild lives.
Brain Injury rehabilitation
Whilst damaged brain cells do not regenerate, recovery can still occur. The brain can reorganise itself so that other parts of the brain take over the activities from the damaged areas.
Brain injury rehabilitation tries to help the brain learn these different ways of working in order to reduce the full impact of the injury.
Rehabilitation also aims to help the injured person and his or her family in moving forward.
Recovery from a brain injury can be a slow process and may take many months or years. It could also be at least a year after an accident before the extent of potential recovery becomes clear, at least physically; psychological recovery may take a little longer.
Our expert brain injury lawyers aim to improve the quality of life of our clients by focusing on early rehabilitation and training. We have access to case managers to ensure that practical assistance is given as soon as possible and we can arrange for interim payments to be made to deal with any pressing financial needs or purchase any equipment or care that is necessary.
We consider the Rehabilitation Code of Conduct in every case – this means that as a priority we aim to assess your immediate rehabilitation needs by instructing a case manager who will provide recommendations to maximise your recovery. We then seek to interim payments to fund the cost of this.
Rehabilitation can involve neuropsychologists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.
Rehabilitation usually takes one of the following forms:
- In-patient - involving intensive specialist rehabilitation following discharge from hospital.
- Out-patient - if the injured person is well enough to return home following discharge from hospital and treatment can be provided as an out-patient at local hospitals or rehabilitation centres.
- Community - for example therapists or outreach workers coming into your home to provide assistance.
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