Brain Injury Negligence Claims
Brain Injury is any injury to the brain regardless of age at onset, whether mechanical or infectious in origin. Unfortunately sometimes this type of injury can continue indefinitely causing a substantial disability to the individual, and can result in any one or more of the following occurring; attention impairment, cognition impairment, language impairment, memory impairment, conduct disorder, motor disorder and any other neurological dysfunction.
The different types of brain injuries include;
- Traumatic Brain Injury types
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Coup-Contrecoup Injury
- Recurrent Traumatic Brain Injury
- Penetration Injury
- Shaken baby syndrome
- Locked in syndrome
- Anoxic Brain Injury
At Healy O’Connor, we understand how a brain injury can affect all aspects of your life including your career and close relationships. If you, a family member or a friend have suffered one of these injuries, we will evaluate your situation and determine the odds of success for your case and its possible value. Please feel free to contact at email@example.com at your convenience.
Limitation Period By law, a claim for compensation must commence within two years from the date when the incident occurred or when the person became aware that they had suffered the injury. However due to the complexity of the issues involved it is advisable to contact a Solicitor as soon as possible after the incident.