Suite of serious injury resources available as part of Thompsons’ serious injury hub
A suite of dedicated serious injury claims guides and factsheets has been published by Thompsons Solicitors with the aim of providing information and advice to serious injury victims.
The news and resources page of the serious injury hub is now home to a selection of downloadable compensation claim guides relating to a range of serious injuries including amputations, spinal injuries, brain injuries and road accidents. The annual serious injury newsletter is also available to download.
Visitors to the dedicated microsite can explore client stories, Thompsons’ specialisms and learn more about the expert serious injury team.
Samantha Hemsley, head of the serious injury team at Thompsons Solicitors, said: “A serious injury can change a life in an instant and survivors may require significant adaptations to their home, an intensive rehabilitation programme or be unfit to work long term or even forever due to the severity of their injury.
“From rehabilitative services and state benefits to an explanation of the compensation claims process as well as useful contacts, we hope our guides will help answer any questions serious injury survivors may have before deciding whether a compensation claim is an appropriate next step.”
Looking for legal advice following serious injury? Chat to one of our specialists today.
We will move swiftly to support you or your loved one to build a case for compensation after catastrophic injury. Our priority is to establish the facts and apply for interim payments as quickly as possible to secure vital funds for treatment and rehabilitation. The aim is to get you, or your loved one, on the road to recovery as soon as possible.
Our committed serious injury specialists secure millions of pounds in damages for seriously injured people each year and are supported by Client Support Coordinators and groups such as the Spinal Injuries Association, Headway and the Limbless Association, to signpost clients to sources of further aid.
If you, or someone you care about, has been catastrophically injured in the last three years contact us today for a free, no obligation consultation with a serious injury expert.
For further information, visit our How to Make A Compensation Claim page.