Brain damage as a result of a head injury is suffered by over 150.000 people in the UK each year. Farnworth Rose Solicitors specialise in claiming compensation for victims of brain damage and head injuries, and ensure that you get the compensation you deserve. Brain Damage Although many effects of brain damage can be minor, they can be both physical and mental, and have long term and life-changing consequences.
Holding down a job can become difficult if not impossible, and day-to-day living can prove a real challenge. Injury to the Brain Brain damage is not as easy to detect as most people think. Injury to the brain can be caused by whiplash, hitting your head or losing consciousness, but may not show up straight away. If you think you may have a brain or head injury, even days after the fall or accident, you must seek medical advice as soon as possible. Headaches, dizziness, depression and no sense of taste or smell can all be symptoms.
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