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- Why Claim Compensation For Head Trauma?
- What Kind Of Head Trauma Or Brain Injury Can I Claim Compensation For?
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HEAD INJURIES FROM ACCIDENTS
Head injuries, sometimes called head trauma, can come from a variety of sources. The more obvious ones are what’s called acquired brain injuries, this simply means that they happened because of something. For example, being involved in a car accident, or being knocked off your bike and hitting your head on the pavement. But there are other ways a serious brain injury can occur, being hit on the head with a large object for instance. These kinds of injuries usually result in physical damage to the brain due to cracking or crushing of the skull, which causes damage to the delicate brain tissue inside.
HYPOXIC AND ANOXIC BRAIN INJURIES
Brain injuries can also be caused through deprivation of oxygen to the brain tissue. Put simply, this means the brain is starved of oxygen for long enough that the tissues become damaged and stop working. When this only affect parts of the brain it’s called hypoxic brain injury. If the whole of the brain’s blood supply is interrupted it’s known as anoxic brain injury. These kinds of injuries can occur if a person suffers from an asthma attack or chokes on something and is unable to breathe. But they can also be caused by things like smoke inhalation or poisoning.
More information about the different types of brain trauma or brain injury can be found on the Headway – the brain injury association.
For a free consultation about a Brain Injury Compensation and Head Injury Claims, call our No Win No Fee road traffic accident solicitors on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or start your claim online and we will call you.
When you contact us, you don't have to start your Brain Injury Compensation and Head Injury Claims for compensation process immediately. Therefore, if you're unsure whether you're ready to step on the first stages of your compensation claim, or whether your accident was caused because of someone else's fault, Turner White Solicitors can provide you the necessary guidance and suggestion you need to establish your claim and know that we will not force you to start a claim.