Brain injury

A blow to the head can result in serious life-long damage – even when wearing a helmet if you're riding a bicycle or motorcycle.

Injuries to the brain may not be immediately apparent, which is why it’s so important to seek medical advice immediately after sustaining a head injury.

The effects of a serious head injury can be catastrophic, in which case, the injured person and their family requires specialist support and care. When considering a vulnerable road user's injury compensation claim, it’s important to assess the care needs and put in place a ‘care and case’ management regime. At RTA Law, we believe it’s important to work with insurance companies to obtain private rehabilitation at an early stage, as well as assistance for the family and, if required, alternative housing.

An injury compensation claim for a brain injury case involves complex considerations. This is why, at RTA Law, we will work with you and your family to provide the best possible legal advice and support.

As part of this commitment, we will personally visit you at home or in hospital so you and your family can discuss your case and ensure you receive the best possible outcome with any injury compensation claim.

Spinal cord injury

Spinal cord injuries can change your life in a split second – and motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to serious spinal injuries. Back protectors can help reduce the risk but any impact can lead to a serious spinal cord injury, which can cause paralysis.

If you or your loved one has sustained a spinal-cord injury, it is important to contact an experienced lawyer with expert knowledge of road traffic accident law. When claiming compensation for a spinal cord injury, it’s important to consider a whole range of issues, including the provision of lifelong medical care and assistance, adaptations around the home or alternative housing.

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