Brain Injury Solicitors
Sustaining a Traumatic Brain Injury is life changing and at Fieldfisher we work hard to recover £Millions each year to help people adjust to those changes.
We not only win the compensation you deserve, but also provide the medical and emotional support that you need to adapt after a serious head injury.
Brain injury cases are highly complex and it's important to have a legal team with the level of experience that Fieldfisher has. We'll ensure your receive the maximum damages possible to help rebuild your life and support your loved ones in the case you are unable to work.
Contact our Brain Injury Claims Solicitors on freephone 0800 358 3848 or fill in our form to start your claim online.
Jill is recognised by Headway (the brain injury association) as a specialist in dealing with such claims.
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Paul has acted on behalf of victims involved in Clapham, South Hall, Ladbroke Grove and Potters Bar rail accidents.
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Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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Charities we support
Six figure compensation for glazier injured in accident at work
Claire Glasgow has negotiated a six-figure settlement for a young graduate who suffered a serious head injury while working on a building site in North London.
Too often, it takes tragedy for Network Rail to close dangerous railway crossings
BBC Sussex highlighted concerns that a level crossing in Plumpton in East Sussex had been locked in the up position, creating 'an accident waiting to happen'.
Finsbury Park terrorist attack: rebuilding lives
Following the guilty verdict of Darren Osborne for murder, Senior Associate Dushal Mehta speaks to BBC Radio 4.
The importance of further research into the treatment of facial disfigurement
This week, members of the PIMN team attended "Life after Facial Injury" - an event organised by the Royal Society of Medicine and the charity Saving Faces.