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At Hampson Hughes Solicitors, our experienced team of Personal Injury Solicitors offer support and guidance to clients at what can be a difficult time, particularly when making serious injury compensation claim. We can help you to bring a serious injury claim if it can be demonstrated that:
We have represented many clients around England and Wales with their serious injury claims and helped them to recover the compensation that they deserve. Contact our team of Serious Injury Solicitors today to find out more about your eligibility to claim.
We are available by phone, email or various social media platforms – our friendly and experienced legal team are always available to discuss the details of your case and advise you on your legal options when making a serious injury compensation claim.
If the injury is of a serious nature, and fault for the injury can be attributed to another party, you may have cause to pursue a serious injury claim.
We offer a FREE no-obligation consultation – discover today how we could help you by calling us on 0800 888 6888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also feel free to browse the key serious injury claim questions listed to the right of this section.
This is not an exhaustive list of injury types or settings for which you can make a serious injury compensation claim, so if you would like further clarification on the specifics of your case then you can get in touch with our team today.
For a successful serious injury compensation claim, your serious injury solicitor must establish the identity of the other party involved and/or who is legally responsible for the accident. You must also show that your injuries were caused as a result of that accident.
In some cases, for example someone tripping over discarded rubbish in a public place, it may not be immediately obvious who is to blame. If you are not certain who caused the accident, it is still worth exploring your case, as you may still be able to make a serious injury claim. Hampson Hughes Solicitors have successfully made slip and trip compensation claims against parties including employers, retailers and local authorities.
In many instances, the responsible party is insured for the injuries caused. We therefore liaise directly with the insurance company who provide cover for the at fault party in order to to reach an agreeable settlement for your serious injury claim.
Here at Hampson Hughes Solicitors, we can help anyone to pursue a serious injury compensation claim – however, to be eligible, the following 3 criteria must be met:
Paralysis is the loss of muscle control in an area of the body. Paralysis is typically the result of nerve damage. Common causes of paralysis include birth injury, trauma, and medical negligence. Types of paralysis include:
You may be entitled to a serious injury compensation claim for an amputation under many different circumstances, including medical negligence and serious injury. Whatever the cause, speak to us today. Common causes include:
In legal terms, severe burns include any burn covering an area larger than your hand, scolds that cause blisters, and chemical or electrical burns. It also covers burns or scalds that cause whiteness or scarring of the skin. Types of burns include:
Multiple and complex fractures
Multiple fractures typically result from high-speed impact traumas or crush traumas. Examples for which you may be able to make a serious injury compensation claim include multiple fractures sustained in a car crash or multiple fractures following a fall from height. The consequence of multiple or complex fractures include:
Spinal cord injuries
Depending on the severity of your spinal injury, and depending on the region of your spine that has been injured, you may require varying degrees of rehabilitation – so it is worth discovering how we could help you. Your spinal cord injury may be classified as being complete or incomplete:
Head & Brain injuries
Severe head and brain injuries typically result from a fall, an assault, a sports injury, or from high speed trauma such as a road accident. If you have been affected by a head or brain injury, speak to us today. Common symptoms associated with head injuries include:
Short term symptoms
Long term symptoms
To discuss your own circumstances in more detail, please contact our expert team of serious injury solicitors today. Additionally, to find out an initial estimate of how much compensation you could be entitled to you can use our compensation calculator – please remember this is only an estimate and should not be relied upon.
If you have yet to gather any evidence for your serious injury claim, you may be unsure on where to begin. Our experienced team of personal injury solicitors are here to help. Upon accepting your claim, we will provide expert advice as to the specific types of evidence that will be beneficial in progressing your case and ensuring you recover the maximum amount of compensation.
This can be explained in more detail once we know the nature of your claim, but there are a range of items which can be useful with supporting a serious injury claim. These include:
For more information on your serious injury compensation claim please contact our dedicated team at Hampson Hughes Solicitors, where one of our serious injury lawyers will be able to talk you through our range of legal services.