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Head Injury Compensation Claim Experts

Head traumas and neurological injuries can have long-lasting effects.  Here’s how we can help.

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Head Injury Compensation Claim Experts

Head injuries sustained in an accident at work can have serious or catastrophic consequences for the injured party.  Cognitive, physical and social function can be impaired and it can seem as though life has been turned upside down in an instant; not just for the injured person but also their family and friends.

Your employer has a responsibility to take steps to ensure your working environment is safe. If you have been injured at work as a result of someone else’s negligence then you are entitled to claim compensation for the injury and losses you have suffered.

When serious and permanent head injury is sustained, no amount of compensation can turn back the clock and return life to how it was before the accident.  At Work Claims Bureau, we take pride in both securing the best possible settlement for our clients, and ensuring that our we help provide them with the future help and support they need.  

When serious and permanent injury to the brain is sustained, no amount of compensation can turn back the clock and return life to how it was before the accident.​

We offer our clients ongoing support in progressing their claim towards the best possible outcome.  We can also help you access medical rehabilitation, counselling and occupational support.

Typical awards in head injury claims

The awards brackets shown* relate to the ‘general damages’ (this means the award for the injury and associated pain, suffering and loss of amenity). There are two elements to any award in a successful accident at work compensation claim: ‘general damages’ and ‘special damages’ (expenses and other material losses arising from the injuries). In cases of more severe injury, the award for ‘special damages’ can be greater than the award for the injury itself.

Where the level of remaining brain damage is minimal or a complete recovery is made relatively quickly:  £1,940 to £11,200

Less severe brain damage

£13,430 to £37,760

Moderate brain damage

£37,760 to £192,090

Moderately severe brain damage to severe brain damage

£192,090 to £354,260

*Based on the 14th edition of the Judicial College guidelines

Work Claims Bureau has access to a range of respected head injury experts who will ensure that all aspects of your claim are accounted for and that your future needs are addressed.

‘Special Damages’ in head Injury Compensation Claims

These expenses can typically include:

  • Loss of Earnings and loss of future earnings
  • The cost of home adaptations and special equipment
  • The cost of paid care or additional care provided by loved ones
  • The cost of travel to and from medical appointments
  • The cost of medical prescriptions
  • Loss of use of vehicles

Work Claims Bureau have years of experience in handling head injury compensation claims. If you or someone you know has sustained a brain injury in an accident at work, speak to one of our helpful team today on 0808 256 5184 or complete our online enquiry form.