Spinal Injuries Compensation
A severe spinal injury can have profound and life-long effects on an individual and those close to them. Doing things, once taken for granted, can take a huge amount of effort and help may be needed with everyday tasks.
Our experienced team of specialist lawyers understands the practical and emotional impact of spinal injuries and, if someone else is to blame for causing your injury, can help you claim compensation.
Our initial goal is to secure your rehabilitation to help restore your quality of life, whilst at the same time pursuing whoever is responsible for the compensation that you deserve for your spinal injuries.
Spinal injury compensation will not make everything right, but it will make life easier and it can:
- Compensate you for loss of wages
- Pay for the cost of specialist nursing care and occupational therapy
- Pay for mobility equipment
- Pay for adaptations to your home to maximise your independence
- Cover the cost of buying more suitable accommodation (where appropriate)
- Pay for any out of pocket expenses you have incurred such as travel costs related to hospital appointments
- Compensate you for your pain and suffering
- Reimburse the value of the care you have received from your family and any resulting loss of earnings they have incurred
We always try our best to accommodate your needs and are happy to meet with you at your home or in hospital. We offer a free initial consultation during which we will explain the options open to you so that you can make an informed decision on your next steps.
Provided your claim meets our criteria, we can act on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. We have successfully taken over spinal injury claims from other solicitors who have failed to give the spinal injury victim the service they deserve.
For more information about living with spinal injuries we recommend you contact the Spinal Injuries Association whose website is www.spinal.co.uk
No Fact Sheets found
Psychiatric injury - calls for urgent reform
An early day motion has been tabled in the House of Commons to raise the issue of reform of the law for victims of psychiatric injury. Read more17/10/17
The right to anonymity - personal injury claims for children and protected adults
In a personal injury claim by a child or protected adult, i.e. a person who lacks capacity to conduct proceedings, no settlement will be valid without the approval of the Court (CPR 21.10). A litigation friend will be required to conduct the personal injury claim by a child or protected adult. The Court will be asked to approve any settlement reached at an approval hearing. Read more18/09/17
Services for individuals and families
Our specialists will work with you to achieve the best outcome for you and your family. Whether it’s advice on planning for your future and protecting your legacy, buying a property or preserving your assets following a relationship breakdown – we’re here to help. Read more19/07/17
When can teachers and pupils get compensation for mesothelioma?
For former teachers and pupils unlucky enough to contract mesothelioma from asbestos in our schools when can they or their families get compensation? Read more14/07/17
94% of London hospitals contain asbestos
According to BBC London the number of people who could contract cancer from asbestos poisoning in London's hospitals is a ticking time bomb. Read more15/06/17
Carers Week: The forgotten victims
A brief look at the issues faced by those caring for brain injured claimants. Read more
To make a claim call us on
"Natalie always gave me confidence and the company just added a high note of professionalism."
"I found Mark Gore and his staff very polite and helpful and would have no hesitation is recommending them to others."
"I thought this matter was dealt with alacrity. Always courteous and sympathetic. Excellent service."
"Mark always gave me his professional opinion which was always helpful."