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Head injury advice

The skull provides superb protection to the brain which means that some head injuries are minor and heal quickly on their own. However, this is not always the case and unfortunately, numerous individuals each year are subject to severe head injuries that have long-lasting consequences.

Head injuries can be either closed or open (penetrating). Closed head injuries are defined as head injuries where the injury did not result in a penetration of the skull. Closed head injuries can occur when the head is hit with force by a blunt instrument. There is often damage to the brain tissue, but no injury to the scalp or skull.

A open, or penetrating, head injury occurs when an object breaks through the skull and damages the brain.

A head injury is often accompanied by a spinal injury or whiplash injury, particularly if the injury occured as the result of a road traffic accident. If you find someone who may have suffered an open or closed head injury or any other personal injury, seek medical assistance quickly. Basic first aid and adhering to the following advice could also be the difference between life and death for head injury sufferers, however:

How we can help you following a head injury
If you have suffered a closed head injury, penetrating head injury or any other personal injuries then our legal professionals are here to help.

We can provide you with all the information you will need to make a personal injury compensation claim. We provide expert, jargon-free legal advice.

What's more, we work on a no win, no fee basis. A no win, no fee claim means that you will be protected from all costs if your claim is not succesful. Also, you will not have to pay any up front costs in order to make a compensation claim. This all adds up to making claiming compensation a risk free, stress free process. See no win, no fee for details.

Make a no win no fee personal injury compensation claim today by calling 0800 197 32 32.