Catastrophic injuries

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. We’re here to help you and your family get the compensation you need after a serious injury, and our specialist lawyers will be right beside you throughout the process.

An injury may be classed as serious if it is likely to have a lasting effect on your life, and includes disfiguring burns, multiple bone fractures, amputations, severe psychiatric harm, brain and spinal cord injuries, and any other type of injury which could have a negative impact on your earning capacity or quality of life. Catastrophic Injuries include:

  • Brain Injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Amputations
  • Serious burns
  • Fatality claims

Our support is focused on giving the sensible, practical advice you need in plain English, and our main aim is to obtain maximum compensation for you in the shortest possible time. Our dedicated solicitors can claim interim payments to help you pay for your needs while you wait for your claim to be completed. This could mean obtaining:

  • Immediate payments to alleviate financial hardship
  • Professional care and ongoing support
  • Adaptations to your home; and
  • Medical treatment not readily available on the NHS

Serious injuries are traumatic enough without the frustrations often caused by complicated legal proceedings. That’s why we’ll use our experience and expertise to help you fight for the compensation you need. For further information contact us on 08000 886644 or complete our online claim form and we will call you back.