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Head Injuries

Head Injuries can result in a loss of memory, neurological defects, cognitive changes, slowed responses, memory problems, dependency, seizures, paralysis, visual and hearing problems to name a few of the many symptoms that one can face. Usually, head injuries can be of two types namely open injuries and closed injuries and both can have serious consequences. Head Injuries can be fatal and one has the legal right to seek monetary compensation from a guilty third party that caused the head injuries.


While seeking the claim for accident injury compensation as a part of Head Injuries, the compensation is based not only on the physical discomfort and medical bills but also includes the emotional turmoil and pain that one undergoes due to injury along with the loss of earnings due to an inability to work. All these matters are taken into due account while pursuing a personal injury compensation case.

While making a head injuries compensation claim, it is extremely essential to take the services of a highly experienced and professional Solicitor to ensure you win your personal injury case in a hassle free way. A professional accident Solicitor helps you in collecting the evidence, documents and witnesses that strengthen the case and help to ensure you are awarded the rightful compensation.

Cooks Legal are a personal injury law firm, providing 100% guaranteed compensation on a “no win no fee” basis. This means you will not be harassed to pay the litigation fee in case you are unable to win the accident case.

We aim to provide impartial legal advice without complicating the overall procedure. Always remember that honest advice ensures that you get clear judgement about your case. So, if you plan to avail compensation for head injuries, make sure you seek advice from  professional Solicitors to help you in winning your case and getting the due compensation.


Slip in Public House
Mrs C whilst walking towards the bar area slipped on the wet floor of a public house whilst walking towards the bar area. She fell awkwardly causing a complex fracture of her right wrist. The insurers denied liability alleging the floor was dry and that Mrs C was drunk and jumping on the dancefloor. Cooks obtained evidence refuting this and issued the claim at Court. Settlement was reached just prior to the trial when Mrs C was awarded £20,000.00 she said:
"I would just like to say thanks to the staff who have been first class explaining things to me all the way and keeping me informed."
Mrs C from Middlesbrough