Several mistakes could lead to brain injury, for example, delayed diagnosis or during surgical treatment of the brain. We have gathered a few common mistakes that could end up leading to lethal brain injuries.
We can also advise you on whether an interim payment would be appropriate for your claim, in order to assist your rehabilitation needs. (Usually delivered before your case concludes) for our clients. Financial support through interim payments can be useful for the victims of brain injuries. As they can therefore proceed for private treatment, rehabilitation, and assisting in financial support.
We will assess your claim to see if a "No Win- No Fee" agreement will be appropriate. This means that you will not pay if you lose your case. That leaves you with no financial risk. We will work hard to make sure that you receive the right compensation for injury.
The compensation of the claim differs based on the nature of the case. As the severity and complexity of the case define the impact on the victim's life and are therefore compensated accordingly. We can provide you with guidance in relation to the damages you may receive.
For a variety of brain injury compensation claims, we are offering the following compensation amounts. The following are examples of the types of compensation awards that may be available for brain injury claimants;
The standard time limit to make a brain injury claim is three years. The following time commences from the date of medical negligence, that resulted in your brain injury or from when you become aware of its consequences.
In a case of child brain injury, there is no time limit until the child turns 18 years older. The parents or guardians can claim at any time before the 18th birthday. In case a claimant lacks the mental capacity to take upon legal proceedings, whether adults or children. The time limit is not applicable until they regain mental capacity.