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Brain haemorrhage compensation claims - traumatic subdural haemorrhage

To define a subdural haemorrhage, which is also known as a subdural haematoma, it is a serious medical condition where blood collects between the surface of the brain and the skull. In most cases, a subdural haemorrhage occurs as a result of a serious head injury.

If you have experienced a head injury caused by trauma, a subdural haemorrhage is one of the potential conditions that you may suffer as a result. If you have suffered a subdural haemorrhage caused by brain trauma that you received in an accident, contact us to find out whether you may be eligible for compensation. Our experienced serious injury solicitors can offer all the support and advice that you need to claim the compensation that you deserve. Call us on  0161 696 6235.

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What is a brain haemorrhage compensation claim?

A brain haemorrhage compensation claim refers to a legal process in which an individual seeks financial compensation for the damages caused by a traumatic subdural haemorrhage that was someone else's fault. This type of haemorrhage occurs when there is bleeding between the brain and the outermost membrane surrounding it, often caused by head trauma.

Why choose our brain haemorrhage compensation claim solicitors?

If you or a loved one have suffered a subdural brain haemorrhage due to someone else's negligence, Stephensons are here to help you seek the compensation you deserve. Our expert legal advisors specialise in personal injury claims and can quickly assess the grounds for your compensation claim.

At Stephensons, we understand the impact a brain haemorrhage can have on your life and the lives of your family members. Our experienced team of personal injury lawyers will work tirelessly to ensure that our services cater to your specific needs. We are committed to evolving our services, so no matter what challenges you face, we can seek the right compensation for you.

We believe that communication is key, which is why we offer a simple conversation as the starting point of your claim. Even if you are unsure if you have grounds for a claim, give us a call on 0161 696 6235, and our dedicated team will provide you with the guidance and support you need.

Choose Stephensons, the award-winning team that has been commended for its expertise and commitment to achieving justice for our clients.

How can our brain haemorrhage compensation claim solicitors help?

Our team of highly skilled brain subdural haemorrhage compensation claims solicitors is dedicated to providing expert legal support to those who have suffered from this devastating condition. With years of experience in personal injury law, we understand the physical, emotional, and financial burden brain haemorrhages can place on individuals and their families. Our solicitors are committed to fighting for your rights and ensuring you claim the compensation you deserve. We will guide you through the entire legal process, offering tailored advice and representation every step of the way. Don't face this difficult situation alone; let our solicitors help you obtain the justice you seek.

Can I make a subdural haemorrhage claim?

It is possible to make a subdural haemorrhage claim if you have suffered from this condition due to someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. However, you should consult with a personal injury lawyer to discuss the specifics of your case and determine if you have a valid claim.

Who can make a subdural haemorrhage claim?

Anyone who has suffered a subdural haemorrhage as a result of someone else's negligence or wrongful actions can potentially make a claim for compensation. This can include the patient themselves, their family members, or legal representatives acting on their behalf if they are unable to bring a claim themselves.

How long do I have to make a claim for a subdural haemorrhage?

The time limit to make a claim for a subdural haemorrhage is usually three years, but there are some exceptions. It is advisable to contact a legal professional or seek legal advice promptly to determine the applicable time limit and initiate the claims process within the required timeframe.

How long do subdural haemorrhage claims take to settle?

The length of time it takes for subdural haemorrhage claims to settle can vary significantly depending on factors such as the complexity of the case, the cooperation of the parties involved, and the efficiency of the legal process. It can take several months to years for these claims to reach a settlement.

How much compensation do you get for subdural haemorrhage?

The amount of compensation for subdural haemorrhage can vary depending on various factors such as the severity of the injury, the long-term effects on the individual, and the specific circumstances of the case. It is advised to consult with a personal injury lawyer who can provide specific guidance based on your situation.

How do you prove subdural haemorrhage?

Subdural haemorrhage can be proven through imaging techniques such as CT scans or MRI, which can identify the presence of blood accumulation between the brain and the dura (the outer protective membrane of the brain). A thorough medical examination and analysis of the patient's symptoms and medical history are also essential in diagnosing subdural haemorrhage.

What is the life expectancy after a subdural hematoma?

The life expectancy after a subdural hematoma depends on various factors such as age, overall health, severity of the hematoma, and the promptness of medical intervention. However, with appropriate medical treatment and timely intervention, many individuals can recover and survive without any significant complications.

Contact our subdural haemorrhage compensation claims solicitors

If you believe you may be entitled to compensation for your accident or injury, we encourage you to get in touch with our dedicated team of solicitors. Whether you have experienced a traumatic brain injury, subdural haemorrhage, or any other serious injury, we are here to provide you with the legal support you need. Contact us today by calling 0161 696 6235 or filling out our convenient online enquiry form.

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