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Typical brain injury compensation amounts range between £10,180 -£322,060 but according to the brain injury association; Headway, many people do not claim.
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Epilepsy affects around 600,000 people in the UK. There are a variety of causes and triggers for the disorder including a non-fault accident or misdiagnosis.
Damage to your hearing can be caused by an accident, or through work-related noise and can have negative impacts on your quality of life.
A facial injury could be minor and heal quickly but long-lasting damage can have serious psychological damage such as scaring or broken bones
A disorder involving your sense of taste and smell may not seem severe, but it can be detrimental to your quality of life.
Losing your sight can be life-altering. Read here to find out more about vision impairment and the steps you can take to receive compensation.
If you suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder then you won’t need us to tell you how debilitating and life-altering it can be. But we can help...
To most of us, Personal Injury means physical harm but damage to our mental health due to the negligence of someone else is also grounds for compensation
Back pain is extremely common and can keep many sufferers off work. Financial losses from back pain can be recovered with a claim for compensation.
Neck Injuries are amongst the most common musculoskeletal disorders, affecting women almost twice as much as men. Claiming compensation can help.
Shoulder injuries can be very disruptive and cause significant amounts of pain. A shoulder dislocation could be awarded up to £14,600 in compensation.
Whiplash is a common injury in Road Traffic Accidents and is generally under settled by insurers so claiming could be more beneficial.
Aside from the very obvious impacts amputation of one or both arms can have on a person’s life, claiming compensation can be a hazy area to navigate.
Read this resource page if you think you have a finger injury that wasn’t your fault for compensation amounts, causes, common injuries and how to claim.
Our hands are integral to almost everything we do. If you have injured your hand then read here to find out about compensation amounts and how to claim.
The wrist is a complex structure and easy to damage. If you've injured your wrist in an accident that wasn't your fault then read this resource page for advice
This article will provide a comprehensive guide on elbow injuries and related accidents, how to claim, how much you can claim for and how we can help.
Read this resource for pelvis and hip injury pay out amounts, how to claim and what to look out for
read hear to find out how to claim compensation for work related upper limb disorder
Vibration White Finger is also known as Hand Arm vibration syndrome, and is a form of Raynaud’s syndrome caused by regular use of vibrating hand held machinery.
If you have suffered an Achilles tendon injury in the last three years, and someone else is to blame, then we could help you to make a claim for compensation.
A foot injury can occur due to a workplace accident or in the safety of your own home but its important to know your rights about claiming for compensation.
A toe injury can be extremely painful so claiming compensation could help you recover following an accident that wasn’t your fault.
A broken big toe or fracture can be painful. If you have injured your toes due to an accident that wasn’t your fault then we can help you claim compensation.
Knee injury compensation claims can be common in manual handling failures to employees. If you have sustained a knee injury in the workplace we can help.
Our guide to claiming compensation for a paralysis injury provides information on compensation amounts and the legalities of a claim
Read this resource for all the relevant information relating to bladder injury claims and how to win compensation.
Asbestos related disease is a common claim for those seeking financial compensation. Find out how you can make your claim here.
Let our solicitors help you claim compensation that could go towards therapy and financial support for time off work
Minor injury claims are common and you shouldn't just put up with an injury that wasn't your fault
The UK's Trade Union Council want to introduce a four day working week across the UK to allow employees to share in the benefits of technological advancements.
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A record breaking summer could be lined up for the UK. Check out our five sun facts to help you survive the workplace.