Types of head injury claims we can help with
Facial fractures can be distressing injuries to sustain, and can have a negative impact on a person both physically and mentally. Facial fractures include parts of the face such as the nose, cheeks, mouth and jaw, and can be caused in a variety of ways. Most commonly, we see personal injury claims brought for facial fractures after road traffic accidents and accidents in the workplace.
Some facial fractures may cause permanent damage, depending on their severity. While milder fractures may heal without any lasting issues, more traumatic breaks to bones in the face might cause disfigurement and permanent scarring.
Suffering with concussion is a common side effect of head trauma, and can range from mild to moderate or severe. Concussion in terms of personal injury usually relates to someone being involved in a road traffic accident, sporting accident, or sustaining an accidental blow to the head in the workplace.
Making a concussion claim may be the route you choose if you have been left with short or long-term impairment, such as headaches, memory loss, tinnitus, or another concussion-related problem that impacts your daily life.
Like facial fractures and concussion, eye injuries can be the result of a traumatic head injury and can impact a person’s life quite drastically. It can be physically and psychologically damaging if you sustain a severe eye injury, and our experts understand how anyone could feel in this situation.
Being left with visual impairments, such as partial blindness or even full blindness, evidently impacts your life after sustaining your injury. That’s why we will work with you throughout your claim to fully understand the support you’d require ongoing, and make sure we achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family. Find out more about how we can help.
Our serious injury specialists have worked with many people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. We help families get the legal advice and guidance they need throughout their claims, and do what our best to secure necessary rehabilitation following an accident. Find out more about how we can help.