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This article was published on October 7th, 2011
Thorneycroft Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading firms of solicitors specialising in catastrophic injury claims. Our team of highly experienced and dedicated catastrophic injury claim solicitors has the experience and resources to ensure our clients receive the highest quality legal advice and best possible compensation settlements.
When a catastrophic injury occurs it can have devastating consequences for the injured party and their family. With such an injury it is vital that a claimant finds a solicitor with extensive experience and knowledge of the complex process involved in this type of claim, including a thorough understanding of the rehabilitation process and the importance of assessing the potential future needs that a catastrophic injury compensation claim needs to take into account.
Our solicitors have an excellent track record for settling personal injury claims. Our annual awards of damages for last year exceeded £14,000,000, with awards for complex catastrophic claims as high as £1,300,000.
We specialise in the follwing areas:
As well as undertaking compensation claims, we also work with relevant ancillary professions to ensure our clients obtain the correct rehabilitation, from short-term physiotherapy in less serious injuries right through to claims for surgery and prolonged therapies in cases of serious and long-term injuries.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors our experience extends across a wide range of catastrophic injuries including amputations and limb loss, severe burns, crushing injuries, falling injuries, paralysis and we have particular expertise in the areas of brain injury and spinal injury. We have highly regarded partners who work closely with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust and the Spinal Injuries Association and by doing so our team has the knowledge and understanding required for dealing with catastrophic injury claims.
A dedicated case manager is appointed who will oversee all aspects of the claim from start to finish, including visiting clients at home, anticipating and facilitating rehabilitation needs, obtaining interim payments as well as advising on post settlement issues.
We understand what is involved in a catastrophic injury compensation claim and the importance of understanding the long term physical, social and financial impacts the injury will have on a client’s future needs. This means that when instructing Thorneycroft Solicitors you do so safe in the knowledge that our priority is to ensure that each of our clients receives, and retains, the maximum level of compensation possible and that their claim will be progressed professionally and without delay.
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Thorneycroft Solicitors is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.
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