Impairment of taste and smell
Loss or impairment of taste and smell can have a huge impact on someone’s life. Following a brain injury many individuals report that their sense of taste or smell has been affected. This may also happen after another type of head injury.
Lung damage or illnesses can occur as a result of an accident, medical negligence or an industrial disease. We understand the severity of these situations and the impact they can have on individuals and their families. If you or a loved one has suffered a lung injury as a result of another party’s actions, you may be eligible to claim compensation. Call our lung injury lawyers on 0808 164 0808.
Digestive system injuries
Injury to the digestive system can occur as a result of a traumatic injury, or as a result of an illness or an injury caused by eating or inhaling something harmful. Common causes of digestive system injuries include food poisoning and exposure to toxic chemicals, in agricultural settings or other workplaces.
Reproductive system injuries
Fertility and the choice as to whether to start or increase the size of your family is a fundamental human right. But, what if that right is taken away from you due to the negligence of another? In such circumstances, you may have a personal injury claim.
Kidney injuries have the potential to be life-threatening and such injuries can be caused by road traffic accidents and falls or violent trauma as a result of a criminal assault or a serious accident at work. If kidney injuries are not treated properly, this could result in infection, internal bleeding, high blood pressure or even kidney failure.
A ruptured bowel (sometimes called a perforated bowel) is a serious condition, which will have long-lasting repercussions and can have a huge impact on your life. Our team will be able to help you get the rehabilitation and ongoing care required following your bowel injury.
If the bladder becomes injured or damaged, it can seriously impact your day-to-day life. If you’ve suffered a bladder injury due to someone else’s negligence, we recommend you contact our team as soon as possible. We can work with you to understand your situation and discuss the next steps if necessary.
If you have suffered a torn spleen, the aftermath of the accident can be life-changing, as there can be ongoing complications. If you have to have your spleen removed, there is a risk of infection as your immune system will be compromised. We understand the severity of these injuries and will work with specialist case managers and medical professionals to determine the best ongoing care for your recovery.
A hernia may prevent you from carrying out your normal work duties, particularly if you do engage in a lot of manual handling activity. Hernias are usually treated and repaired through surgery. For those with active and physically demanding jobs however, it may take much longer to return to your full duties and you may suffer a loss of income as a result. We can alleviate the financial pressure with interim payments during your case.