Work related neurological injuries

Whether temporary or permanent, neurological injuries can be life changing. Whether your work-related neurological injuries are due to an accident at work or due to exposure to toxic substances, you may be able to make a work-related neurological injuries claim. The effects of a neurological injury can be different for each person and can result in loss of earnings, disability and being unable to enjoy regular activities. Neurological injuries at work can also cause a change in personality, reduce mobility, affect memory and render a person unable to work.

At Stephensons, our knowledgeable work accident solicitors can help you make a workplace neurological injuries claims. We will guide you through the whole compensation process, giving you the legal advice you need, so the best outcome can be achieved. Our personal injury lawyers are recommended in the prestigious Legal 500 directory, are considered experts in their field and have been accredited by the Law Society. We are also members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). Contact us today on 0203 816 0065 to discuss your case. We believe in justice for all which is why we work on a no win no fee basis, this means if your case is not successful, you won’t have to pay a penny.


Neurological injuries at work claims

According to the NHS, neurological conditions result from damage to the brain, spinal column and peripheral nerves.

Neurological injuries at work can be caused by:

  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Being struck by a falling object
  • Exposure to neurotoxins such as chemicals, gasses, naturally occurring elements and synthetic compound

Many workers are exposed to such risks across a spectrum of industries. If you work with chemicals or other neurotoxic substances that may affect the brain or the nervous system, your employer has a duty to keep you as safe as possible. This includes:

  • Ensuring employees are wearing the appropriate personal protection wear
  • There is proper ventilation or closed production facilities to minimise exposure
  • That leaks are avoided and dealt with in the appropriate manner, if they do happen
  • The appropriate planning and training are putting into place
  • Worker health surveillance – conducting regular medical checks to detect signs of neurotoxicant intoxication

Neurological injuries sustained at work can result in:

  • Epilepsy
  • Sickness and vomiting
  • Dizziness
  • Paralysis
  • Death

While this is not a comprehensive list, if your employer has failed in their duty to keep you from harm, then then it may be possible to make a neurological injury at work claim.

At Stephensons, we will always aim to get the maximum amount of compensation for your situation. A compensation pay-out can make all the difference to you and your family’s quality of life. Depending on your case, we can also ask for an interim payment, so that treatments or home adjustments can be paid for. An early compensation payment can also help you out financially if you have had trouble making ends meet due to not being able to work. It is worth noting that interim payments will be taken out of your final compensation award.

We will take a number of factors into account when it comes to calculating your workplace neurological injuries compensation, which includes:

  • The severity of your injury
  • The treatment is needed
  • Whether or not rehabilitation is needed (e.g. physio, mental health counselling etc)
  • Loss of earnings
  • Loss of enjoyment
  • Out of pocket expenses

If you think you have a workplace neurological injuries claim, then contact our specialist work accident solicitors on 0203 816 0065.

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Neurological injuries at work compensation FAQs

Neurological injuries can be complicated, and our expert solicitors have the experience, resources and knowledge to deal with complex work-related accident cases. To talk to us about your situation call us on 0203 816 0065 as soon as possible. Neurological injuries at work claims come under personal injury law which means you only have three years from the date that your symptoms started and they were attributed to work, to bring your claim. So, don’t delay. If you are looking for general information on neurological injuries at work compensation, then read our FAQs below:

Can I claim for a neurological injury at work?

If you have sustained a neurological injury at work, that was down to your employer’s negligence, then it may be possible to claim compensation.

Bringing a claim against your employer can be a daunting prospect, however, all employers will have insurance to cover this, and legally it cannot affect your job, which means you cannot be dismissed or unfairly treated for this reason. If you find you are having problems at work or believe you have been unfairly dismissed, then contact our expert employment lawyers today.

If you wish to speak to one of our neurological injuries at work lawyers you can either call on 0203 816 0065 or fill out our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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