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Brain Injury Solicitors
Head or Brain Injury cases are, by their very nature, complex and often take many years to conclude. Having a team of expert solicitors on your side from the earliest moment and throughout the duration of the case makes a world of difference, bringing you peace of mind at a time when you need it the most.
We understand that if someone has suffered an acquired brain injury (ABI) or traumatic brain injury (TBI) this can have a life-changing impact on both the individual and their loved ones.
If you or a loved one has a brain injury, we can expertly support and advise you on understanding your symptoms, funding your claim, rehabilitation plus court of protection and personal injury trusts.
It is not unusual for our brain injured clients to lose capacity to make important decisions on finance and their life. Our solicitors are often appointed as ‘Deputies’ to handle the affairs of clients and develop long and trusting relationships with clients and their families over many years.
Examples of head and brain injury cases:
- Traumatic brain injury following a road traffic accident
- Head injury following a fall from a height
- Blow to the head caused by a violent criminal act
Experienced Brain Injury specialist Colin Cook leads our team of experts and was joined in October 2020 by former Morgan Jones Pett personal injury claim specialists Solicitor Sara Westwood and Chartered Legal Executive Simon Bransby.
View our recent Case Studies.
Morgan Jones Pett have joined the Hatch Brenner Solicitors team.
Understanding your Symptoms
Our Brain Injury specialists will work with you and your family to help you assess your symptoms and understand the important subtleties individual to your circumstances.
Funding Your Claim
We will offer impartial advice on how to make sure you insurer lets you choose your own lawyer related to funding your personal injury claims.
We can help secure early rehabilitation for our brain injury clients which might involve treatment not otherwise available through the NHS, working with the help of insurers.
Compensation Claims Guidance
A brain injury can affect every aspect of your life and support for each stage as you progress with rehabilitation is paramount. We outline compensation claims guidance for clients and families.
Court of Protection
If someone close to you has become incapacitated but does not have Lasting Powers of Attorney in place, this enables the property and financial affairs to be managed on their behalf.
Personal Injury Trusts
If you have sustained an injury which means you cannot work, a Personal Injury Trust can safeguard any compensation award you receive without stopping means tested benefits.