Suffering any degree of paralysis as a result of an accident or injury that was the fault of another party is a life changing event.
Duncan Lewis paralysis claims solicitors are renowned for handling paralysis compensation claims– and we frequently advise clients who have suffered paralysis as a result of:
Duncan Lewis paralysis compensation claims solicitors can advise on making a compensation claim whether you have been injured in an accident caused by negligence – or have developed a condition which resulted from negligence and led to paralysis over a period of time.
Duncan Lewis is one of the UK’s leading paralysis compensation claims firms – and has considerable experience in winning substantial compensation for clients who have suffered paralysis as a result of negligence.
Duncan Lewis personal injury solicitors frequently advise clients on paralysis compensation involving:
Duncan Lewis is one of the UK’s leading paralysis compensation claims firms – and has considerable experience in winning substantial compensation for clients who have suffered paralysis as a result of negligence
There is usually a three-year time limit for making paralysis compensation claim.In some circumstances this can be extended.
Children who suffer an injury leading to paralysis before the age of 18 can make a paralysis compensation claims up to the age of 21. Your Duncan Lewis personal injury solicitor can also advise parents or guardians on how to make a claim for paralysis compensation before a child reaches the age of 18 by acting as the child’s Litigation Friend.
In some cases, paralysis may lead to a fatal outcome – Duncan Lewis personal injury solicitors offer supportive legal advice to bereaved families whose loved one has lost their life as a result of being paralysed through negligence and who wish to make a claim for compensation.
Duncan Lewis claims solicitors always press for maximum compensation for injuries leading to paralysis – and also offer advice on rehabilitation, access to welfare benefits, adaptations to the home and mobility aids and (assistive devices,) as well as compensation to cover future medical care and/or 24/7 care, either at home or in a care provider setting.
Duncan Lewis personal injury solicitors usually accept paralysis compensation claims on a no win no fee basis.
Duncan Lewis Solicitors have offices across England and Wales – call 033 3772 0409 and ask to speak to one of our specialist claims solicitors about making a paralysis compensation claim. A family member can contact us if a loved one has been hospitalised as a result of an injury leading to paralysis and is unable to call.
People affected by paralysis face a lengthy rehabilitation period – our expert paralysis claims team will make sure you receive the compensation you need to adjust to your circumstances, so that you can face the future and rebuild your life.