We strive to achieve the best compensation, but experience tells us that effective rehabilitation is the pathway to maximising recovery.
The effects of head and brain injuries in particular can be far-reaching and long-lasting, both for the injured person and their family and carers. Understanding how to cope with life after a trauma is difficult enough, without the added strain of a complex compensation claim.
So we work closely with a host of other professionals – from medical specialists to case managers – to reduce the burden on you and your family. We’ll guide you through the process as speedily as your recovery allows, and in a simple, jargon-free way.
Why are we different?
- With particular expertise in head, brain and catastrophic injuries, our lawyers provide you with the peace of mind of knowing that everything possible is done to help protect your future.
- We provide guidance on other services available to help you manage the ordeal, and can call on an established network of professionals in all aspects of care and support.
- When settlements are agreed, an experienced team of lawyers is available to help people that may not be able manage their own financial affairs.
We have very particular experience in head and brain injury, but our significant experience extends to a full range of catastrophic injuries including:
- spinal injury
- fatal accidents
Our specialists include members of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
We are also members of the Brain Injury Group (BIG), Actions for Victims of Medical Accidents, the Disability Alliance Panel, the Sussex Acquired Brain Injury Forum (SABIF), the Kent Acquired Brain Injury Forum (KABIF) and Headway, the brain injury association.
For more information on brain injury, personal injury or catastrophic injury and to start a conversation on how we can help you please contact Francis Lacy Scott, Partner, Head of asb aspire.