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This article was published on May 13th, 2022
Brain injuries are complex and often have long-term effects on the victim, including changes in cognition, behavioural patterns, movement, and more. Due to the length and complexity of many brain injury claims, it is important to get the best legal representation possible. Hiring an experienced solicitor will not only give you the best chance of receiving the highest possible compensation, but it will also give you the best chance of recovery.
A person with a traumatic brain injury should seek medical attention and consider rehabilitation as soon as possible to speed up their recovery. Your solicitor must understand this. Here at Thorneycroft Solicitors, we recognise the importance of assisting our clients with medical care and rehabilitation as quickly as possible to facilitate their recovery. We work with a range of medical professionals to ensure that we are up to date with the latest rehabilitative treatments and to ensure that you get the best support available.
Coming to terms with a brain injury can be challenging for both the client and their family, and it can be difficult to comprehend what the client’s requirements are in the aftermath of the event. We ensure that each customer has a dedicated case manager when necessary. The case manager’s job is to make sure that they understand the client’s physical and emotional needs.
A strategy will be put in place to assist the client in rehabilitating and ensuring that they have the best possible quality of life. This will entail coordinating support services and treatments to aid in the client’s recovery, as well as giving the necessary assistance to the client’s family.
The majority of law firms that specialise in brain injury cases work with brain injury charities to provide their clients with help and advice surrounding brain injuries as well as support for themselves and their families. Our staff work with a variety of charities and organisations during the claim process and after a settlement is achieved including The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT), Headway and The Brain and Spinal Injury Centre (BASIC). Working alongside these charities ensures that each and every client receives the rehabilitative care and assistance they require in order for them to have the best possible quality of life for themselves and their loved ones.
In certain circumstances, it may be necessary for a deputy to be appointed. In a brain injury case, a deputy’s job is to act on behalf of the client and ensure that their best interests are safeguarded. Here at Thorneycroft Solicitors, we can advise you on your options regarding deputyship. In most cases, a loved one can apply to become a deputy, or if you prefer our team can provide a deputy to act on the client’s behalf.
Our nationally renowned brain injury team have developed particular expertise in identifying the long-term effects of brain and head injuries and has an excellent success rate when representing our clients in claims that can often be lengthy and complex.
If you or someone you know has suffered a brain injury due to negligence get in touch today. To speak to a member of our experienced catastrophic injury team, call 0800 1979345 or fill out our simple enquiry form.