Brain injuries are life-changing. We understand the challenges facing both you and your loved ones, and with so much to take care of at such a traumatic time, you may not know where to turn.
We are here to help you. As a law firm dedicated solely to serious injury, our support goes much further than compensation. We provide you with a complete and life-long service to help all aspects of your recovery.
From rehabilitation to housing adaptations and financial support, find out how making a claim with Serious Injury Law helps to secure your future.
Brain injury cases are very complex, so to have the best chance of recovery, you need legal representation of a level far beyond that of a non-specialist personal injury law firm.
For over two decades, we have secured significant and often multi-million pound compensation awards for our brain injured clients, and we are proud to have helped to rebuild their lives along the way.
From organising care to Court of Protection services and more, read our client stories to learn about the extensive help you get from Serious Injury Law.
"Brain injury is like no other personal injury claim, so having the right specialist legal team is essential. We will always be grateful for the amazing support from Serious Injury Law.” – Charlie, wife of our brain injured client.
The brain is the most complex organ in the entire human body. Modern science is yet to fully understand how it works, and this means that treating traumatic and acquired brain injury is extremely complicated.
However, over recent decades there have been great strides forward in scientific understanding, and we now know more than ever before about brain injury and how to have the best chance of recovery.
Below is our free and in-depth brain injury resource to help prepare you for the future challenges of brain injury. Click on the links to find a wealth of useful information about the brain, brain injuries and available methods of rehabilitation.
There are many brain injury charities and supportive organisations available in the UK. Here we provide a list of some that you may find useful, along with a brief description of what they do for you. Click the link below to find out more: