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Child brain injury claims

Child brain injury can vary in severity but will always have some impact on daily living and it is a permanent disability. The law requires those who have caused brain injury to provide financial compensation for the special needs that arise as a result, and for the lifetime of the injured individual.

In many of the cases we have dealt with, the brain damage injury is categorised as cerebral palsy, and we have a great deal of experience in working with the families and children to understand why this injury occurred and to pursue financial compensation to help the family to provide the care and equipment required.

However there are other causes of brain injury in babies and children.

Types of child brain injury claim

Babies may suffer brain damage due to mistakes made by medical staff during the post-delivery care. Brain damage can result from medical errors made when there is a failure to properly diagnose and/or treat jaundice, hypocarbia, hypoglycaemia, meningitis and septicaemia or hydrocephalus.

What you need to do

To talk to our expert brain injury claims solicitors confidentially and without any commitment or cost call us on our free phone number 0800 307 7620, email us at [email protected]

Our lawyers would be happy to discuss your options and what you need to do to get compensation for your brain injured child or baby that will enable them to have as full and rewarding a life as possible. 

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