We deal exclusively with brain injury claims.
Rehabilitation & Treatment
We pay for and arrange early treatment and support.
We provide financial advice and support, and ensure maximum compensation is obtained.
Emotional & Family support
We build our service around what you and your family need
We are committed to offering a no win, no fee service.
Returning to work after a brain injury: what predicts best outcome?
Returning to work is one of the main benchmarks of recovery and of overall well- being following a brain injury.
Therefore, a major review of 101 studies exploring relturn to work rates after a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) provides a valuable insight into what supports recovery and what are the main predictors of a delayed or non-return to work.
We are happy to meet individuals and their families to explain how we work and whether our service may be suitable for you. This is always at no cost and with no obligation.
A brain injury is defined as an alteration in brain function caused by an external force such as a blow, collision or jolt.
Concussion may be caused by a direct blow or jolt. For example, a collision during sport or a road traffic accident.
A head injury is any sort of injury to your brain, skull, or scalp. It can range in severity from a bump or bruise to a major skull fracture requiring surgery.
Post-concussion syndrome is an umbrella term for a cluster of difficulties that are present three months or more after an injury.