Making a brain injury claim

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Making a brain injury claim

Posted on: May 6th, 2016 by Isobel Addison No Comments

Welcome to our new video about making a brain or head injury compensation claim.

To watch the video click here      serious injury expert Isobel Addison

Our serious injury expert Isobel Addison explains that we understand that the thought of bringing a claim is often daunting. We can offer personal, professional and practical help.

We know that people around you are using confusing terms and expressions that you may never have heard before at a time when you are least able to make calm and considered decisions.

Our serious injury team, here at Davey Law, has decades of experience of helping people like you.

If you, or someone you know, has suffered a serious injury call us on 01285 654875 to discuss your claim.

 

If you have been injured because of the actions of another person you may be eligible to make a claim for head injury compensation. You may have been in a road accident, an assault, had an accident at work or been the victim of medical negligence.  You may not immediately have been aware of how serious your injury was, or how much you were affected day-to-day.

Why make a head injury compensation claim?

A successful claim could help to provide funding for essential support. In order to achieve the best outcome it is essential to find a specialist solicitor with expertise in head injury compensation cases.  Someone with the right experience will be able to build a case for compensation that will appreciate and  address your future needs.

Brain Injury Group members – setting the standard.

As members of the Brain Injury Group we can show that we have met their very strict criteria and ethical code of conduct. Our membership gives us exclusive access to a range of professionals and who help to rebuild lives after brain injury. 

 

Call us on 01285 654875

 

 

 

Compensation Claims

Posted on: April 22nd, 2016 by Isobel Addison No Comments

Brining your compensation claim is what we do. Welcome to our new video about our serious injury team.

      

Our serious injury expert Peter Davies explains what Davey Law can do for you. 

Compensation claim

With over 100 years of experience of bringing compensation claims across Gloucestershire and across England and Wales, our aim is to obtain compensation and restore your quality of life.

So if you, or someone you know, has suffered a serious injury, why not call us on 01285 654875 to discuss making a claim. You won’t speak to a call centre but to one of our experienced serious injury experts.

No Win, No Fee. No call centres, No nonsense. Just serious injury experts.

 

 

Central Pain Syndrome discussed

Posted on: April 11th, 2016 by Isobel Addison No Comments

Central Pain Syndrome also known as Thalamic Pain Syndrome/Dejerine-Roussy Syndrome

We recently acted for a client suffering from a Central Pain Syndrome.

In 1906 two French neurologists, Dejerine and Roussy, found that strokes could give rise to pain. A lesion suffered on one side of the thalamus following stroke might cause pain on the opposite side of the body.

Recently, we acted for a client (“X”) who had suffered a severe traumatic brain injury.

One of our experts noted X’s significant physical symptoms. X showed signs of being in pain on one side of his body from stimuli that would not normally cause pain e.g. just resting a foot on a wheelchair footplate.

Review of X’s CT scan revealed contusion within the left thalamic brain region causing the expert to indicate that X’s symptoms were in keeping with Dejerine-Roussy Syndrome. Further evidence from a specialist neurologist was arranged.

Central Pain Syndrome

It is now understood that damage to the Central Nervous System (“CNS”) and not just to the thalamus can cause pain and loss of sensation in various parts of the body. CPS can develop following brain tumours, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis (“MS”) or other conditions affecting the CNS.

Use of the term Central Pain Syndrome (“CPS”) reflects the fact that damage to various area of the CNS can cause pain and stroke need not be the primary cause.

Where stroke is the primary cause the preferred term now used is Central Post Stroke Pain.

The level of pain caused by CPS varies from one person to another. Some individuals experience pain which is mild and periodic, others may have terrible, unremitting pain which drastically affects their lives and may consequently devastate relationships.

If you, or a loved one, have developed a Central Pain Syndrome following an accident and you would like to discuss it with a serious injury expert please call us on 01285 654875.

No win no fee – No call centres – No nonsense – Just serious injury experts