Spinal Injury Compensation
The spinal cord is an incredible part of the human body. It sends and carries signals that ensure the body moves as it needs to. If the spinal cord is injured in any way, the body can lose its ability to move and can cause partial or complete paralysis.
It has been found that the majority of injuries to spinal cords are due to a traumatic incident or injury. The nerves in the spinal cord can be bruised, or partially or completely severed all leading to symptoms that can be severe. Injuries to the spinal cord can be caused in many ways. These include car or motorbike accidents, accidents at work, a fall or by a heavy object falling onto them.
Some spinal cord injuries are caused by medical negligence. Issues may arise during surgery causing paralysis or perhaps medical staff do not recognise the back or neck fractures. Errors can also occur in moving a patient with such a fracture.
Suffering a spinal cord injury of any severity is devastating to you and your family, and you may be very worried about the future; it is likely that you will need complex long-term care for the injuries you have received.
How Can T G Baynes assist me with claiming compensation for my Spinal Injury?
At T G Baynes we will work with you to understand how your injury occurred and who was responsible, and the full circumstances surrounding it. This information will help our dedicated solicitors to fully assess your situation and identify who the claim will be made against. We ensure we gather all evidence relating to your claim, which will often entail contacting the various third parties involved, perhaps your employer and most likely your medical team to determine the effect of your injury and how best to ensure not only that you are compensated, but also that you receive the rehabilitation treatment required to assist you as much as possible.
Our solicitors will always be sensitive to the needs and concerns of you and your family at this difficult time. We are experienced in helping people who have suffered a spinal cord injury to understand what happened and how it did so, and who was at fault, and how you may be able to claim the compensation you deserve to ensure you and your family are fully financially supported.
We will always listen to you and your family and we will guide you through the legal process from start to finish, providing you with the full facts of your case at all times and being on hand to provide the legal support you may need at this time. T G Baynes can offer No Win No Fee Agreements (CFAs) on qualifying cases.
For an informal chat or to make an appointment please call any of our offices on 020 8301 7777 / 01689 886000 / 01322 295555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org