Brain injury can produce impairment in the function that it controls. If the damage is limited to a small area, then it is likely that a few functions will be impaired. More commonly, there is widespread damage, which can produce a complex assortment of physical and psychological problems. The level of impairment will depend on the type, location and severity of the injury but given what the brain can do, any damage to it can have a devastating effect.
It is therefore important to ensure that the solicitor you instruct to deal with your personal injury claim is a specialist in brain injury claims. This specialist will know that the effect on you will be determined by the particular part of the brain that is damaged and how this impacts on your day to day living.
If you have been affected by the issues raised in this story, please visit our Personal Injury Claims page.
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