A Head Injury occurs where there is an injury to the skull. A Brain Injury, on the other hand, can be the result of a head injury. Although the skull itself may not be injured, the brain which lies underneath the skull might suffer severe trauma leading to short- or long-term injuries. In some cases, the injured person might sustain injuries to both the head and the brain at the same time. At Matt Rowland Solicitors our dedicated head and brain injury lawyers will ensure that you get the compensation you deserve  

A traumatic brain injury or head injury can be caused by a force to the head which in turn leads to permanent or temporary impairment of cognitive, physical, and psycho social functions. When this occurs the impact to the injured person and their loved ones can often be devastating.

There are many causes of brain injuries / head injuries. These can range from blows to the head, assault, slip and trips, accidents at work, falling from a height, to serious car accidents.

No matter the type or severity of your brain or head injury, our expert team of solicitors are experienced in dealing with all types of head injury claims. We can assist you in getting the compensation you deserve.  

You  may have a claim for Brain Injury or Head Injury if you have been involved in an accident, been a victim of an Assault or fall, and you are exhibiting any of the following symptoms:

  • Persistent headaches
  • Concentration problems
  • Forgetfulness and loss of memory
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Mood changes or mood swings
  • Feeling depressed or anxious
  • Seizure
  • Blurred vision or loss of hearing

How will I pay for my claim? – NO WIN NO FEE

At Matt Rowland Solicitors we believe that everyone should have access to justice when they have sustained an injury through no fault of their own. That’s why most of our personal injury cases are handled on a NO WIN NO FEE BASIS.

How long does will a Brain Injury or Head Injury Claim take?

Every claim is different, and the length of a case will largely depend on the seriousness of your injuries as well as the third party involved.

If the third party accepts liability (fault), then the claim will normally resolve more quickly than if the third party disputes all the facts of the case. 

Call our Specialist Brain Injury and Head Injury Lawyers today. We offer a free no obligation consultation.




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