Paralysis Compensation Claims
Paralysis Compensation Claims
Paralysis compensation claims are usually made when this life-changing condition has been caused by a serious injury or illness. It leaves individuals unable to control their movement or detect core senses such as touch and temperature.
Not only does paralysis affect all aspects of day-to-day life, it can leave sufferers dependent on their carers and loved ones for help and support. We specialise in advising, representing and supporting victims of serious, life-changing injuries – throughout their claim and beyond.
Specialists in Paralysis Claims
Our team of specialist personal injury solicitors are experienced in this field and have successfully pursued compensation claims for individuals suffering from symptoms such as monoplegia, hemiplegia, paraplegia and quadraplegia.
- Our team of personal injury solicitors help people claiming compensation for paralysis improve their quality of life.
- We have considerable experience of dealing with paralysis claims, gaining compensation for clients that can help them gain some sense of closure and move on with their lives.
- We deal with each client as an individual, handling cases sensitively, empathetically and clearly.
- Rehabilitation and giving our clients the ability to access services is key to the best possible life following paralysis.
Back Up exists to transform the lives of everyone affected by spinal cord injury. That means delivering a range of services to build confidence and independence back into people’s lives, and offering a support network when it is needed most. It also means challenging perceptions of disability – that life with spinal cord injury can be a full and active one.
Making a Paralysis Claim
Choosing the right legal specialist can be a daunting decision to make, normally under strained circumstances. When we take on any paralysis compensation case, we want you to feel reassured and confident in every aspect of your claim. That’s why we offer a service that puts your needs at the centre of everything we do.
Our team of specialist personal injury solicitors are experienced in this field and have successfully pursued compensation claims for individuals suffering from symptoms such as monoplegia, hemiplegia, paraplegia and quadraplegia. The three most common causes resulting in paralysis are:
- Spinal injuries suffered in accidents
- Work-related accidents
- Sporting injuries
Our Paralysis Claims Experts
How much will my claim cost?
All paralysis cases taken on by Hudgell Solicitors are handled on a no win no fee basis. This means that you will not have to pay any money up front and there will be no financial risk if your case is unsuccessful.
If your case is successful, you will only be expected to pay a contribution to your solicitor’s fees once the case has been resolved. The costs paid are usually a percentage of the compensation awarded and will be agreed before your case is carried out.Find out more
If you feel you have a case to claim compensation for paralysis, please call our team today for a free initial consultation.
We will tell you immediately if we feel you could have a claim to pursue, and our expert personal injury solicitors will guide you through the process in a friendly, supportive and easy to understand manner.
If you feel your injury was the fault of somebody else, be it an employer or otherwise, you should seek advice from our expert team of personal injury solicitors about making a claim for paralysis compensation.
Our caring approach to legal advice allows us to give our clients a great deal of time and commitment, ensuring you get the best possible outcome in your case.
We will focus on getting you the compensation that will make your life easier and more manageable, and we recognise the difficulties you face every day.
Compensation can help you recover loss of earnings from your injury, both now and in the future, and money can also help make vital adaptations to your home to live more comfortably.
We also have strong relationships with care providers, rehabilitation experts and medical advisors who will all strive to help you and give you a better quality of life following your injury.
Most personal injury claims must be made within three years of the date when you suffered your injury.
One exception is if you suffered paralysis before turning 18, which would allow you to claim for the accident until your 21st birthday. All claims involving children under 18 must be handled by an adult – and are subject to different time limits.
If you are claiming on behalf of someone who doesn’t have mental capacity, the time limit of three years does not apply. But if the person was to regain their mental capacity, they would have three years from this date to make a claim.
If you have been left paralysed in an accident that was not your fault, contact our friendly, knowledgeable team of lawyers today and they will explain how to make a compensation for paralysis claim.
Dealing with the consequences of paralysis can be a tough experience and we appreciate the traumatic nature of such an injury.
At Hudgell Solicitors we have an expert team of personal injury lawyers with vast experience of handling claims cases relating to paralysis caused by accidents that were the fault of another, from partial paralysis to complete quadriplegia.