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Make a major trauma injuries compensation claim
Our expert personal injury solicitors have many years’ experience supporting clients who have suffered complex or multiple injuries as a result of a major trauma accident.
Legal support and advice from experts
It is important that you understand what help and support is available. At Boyes Turner, we provide a comprehensive package of legal support and advice in relation to your personal injury claim, housing, employment, education, mental capacity issues and wills and trusts.
Dedicated major trauma team assisting with rehabilitation
Our major trauma team works with local and national rehabilitation organisations who can provide treatment, care and support through a network of case managers, physiotherapists, psychologists, OTs, speech and language therapists. We will liaise with health and social care services on your behalf to ensure you have the right level of care and support needs.
Getting you the support you need
The earlier we are involved, the sooner we can put in place a package of support suitable to your needs, to help with your rehabilitation and maximise recovery. Our focus is to help you achieve the best possible outcome recovery wise and as well as obtaining compensation.
Causes of major trauma injury
Many of our clients suffer major trauma as a result of accidents at work, assaults or road traffic accidents involving pedestrians, cars, public transport, and motorbikes. The main types of injuries which result from major trauma are head injury, spinal injury, multiple orthopaedic or musculoskeletal injuries and/or amputations.
How can we help you?
As well as rehabilitation providers, Boyes Turner has an excellent network of independent medical experts who will identify your medical and treatment needs. Medical evidence helps us to identify your long term financial needs (your Special Damages) and value compensation for your injuries or “pain, suffering and loss of amenity” (your General Damages).
Evidence may also be needed from non-medical experts in areas such as housing, care, OT, assistive technology, employment, financial and court of protection.
Thank you again for everything, I am so happy that I can finally look towards the future and start drawing a line under the accident and putting it in the past where it belongs...I don't think I've felt this happy in ages, it's like a massive weight has been lifted from my shoulders just knowing that it's all done.
Miss M, London