Head & Brain Injury Solicitors

If you’ve suffered a brain injury due to an accident or medical negligence, our team of specialist solicitors can help you achieve the compensation you need to support your rehabilitation

When a loved one suffers a brain injury through no fault of their own, families must seek immediate legal advice to safeguard that person’s health and recovery.

Our specialist brain injury solicitors are here to support the injured person and their family and to guide them through the claims process.

Whether you’ve been injured on the road, at work, or in a public place, we understand the scale of disruption and the stress and upset that this type of injury can cause.

Our head injury lawyers have experience handling child brain injury cases, helping families adjust to the life changing effects of their child’s injury.

Beyond the immediate physical damage, brain injuries put a huge strain on finances, quality of life and family relationships.

It is essential to get high quality legal advice at an early stage, which is why we offer a free initial consultation to enable us to assess your claim and to explain what we can do to help you.

Brain injury claims can be complex, but we will deal your claim efficiently and pro-actively to obtain the best outcome in terms of both your rehabilitation and the compensation we obtain for you.

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Your local head and brain injury lawyers

Slater Heelis has been supporting communities across the North West of England for over a century.

We know the prospect of a brain injury claim may seem daunting at first, but rest assured we’ve helped many other families in the same situation as yours.

Our approach to client service sets us apart from other law firms. With Slater Heelis, you will always deal directly with a personal injury partner, not a junior lawyer. There is no need to worry about the cost of making a claim because we act on a no-win-no-fee basis.

Step by step, the team at Slater Heelis will help you secure the best possible care and will maximise the compensation you receive. Early interim payments may be crucial to ease any financial worries, but our longer term aim is to help clients return to a normal life – sooner rather than later.

As senior members of our Brain Injury team, Richard Wilson and Stephen Farnworth deal with all types of accident and high value injury claims. They can meet with you at your home, or at our offices in Manchester and Sale, to advise and help you and your family after an accident. You can read more about our Personal Injury team’s individual experience below.

Our brain injury lawyers specialise in coordinating medical assessments, occupational therapy sessions and long-term rehabilitation. We save families a lot of stress by working directly with insurance companies and serious injury case managers throughout the claim process.

We also regularly liaise with our Court of Protection team to advise on arrangements where the client can no longer make decisions by themselves.

If you would like to know more about how we can help you, please fill in the form above or call us on 0161 969 3131.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much compensation do you get for brain injury?

The amount of possible compensation you or a loved one could get with a successful brain injury claim firstly depends on the severity of the injury.

You could be looking anywhere between a few thousand pounds for a minor brain or head injury, up into a six figure sum, where the most severe forms of brain damage are sustained.

Each case is different and what one person may get from one claim may differ from another person, due to many different factors.

A solicitor will be able to give a ballpark figure after evaluating your circumstances and seeing if you have grounds for a claim.

What should you do if you hit your head at work?

Seek medical attention urgently and ensure your manager or a colleague is informed so that it can be reported.

Any accidents causing serious head injury must not only be reported in an accident book but the employer should also report it to the Health and Safety Executive.

If your head injury is severe or debilitating enough that you feel you have grounds for a claim, there is a time limit of three years from the incident to do so.

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