When such injuries do occur, they are devastating for the injured person andtheir family. Where the spinal cord is injured, there may be paralysis toone or more limbs (paraplegia or tetraplegia) and the resulting problems canseem insurmountable. The injured person may no longer be able to work andmay need constant care. Living accommodation may need adapting and help fromthe state may be limited.
We have the experience to understand your circumstances, and can help youmake a claim for compensation. We cannot undo the damage caused by theinjury but proper compensation can make a real difference in helping toalleviate some of its consequences. Compensation can support a betterquality of life, provide security for the future, and enable the injuredperson to achieve a level of independence. As the issues surrounding anyclaim are so complex, it is important to take advice as soon as possibleafter an injury of this nature.