Compensation for sensory loss after a head injury

Head injuries are often some of the most dangerous and serious injuries that you can incur and if you do find that you are left with a head injury, then the repercussions and long term side effects can be quite substantial. One of the main side effects that you can suffer after a head injury is the loss of a sense, and whether it be smell, sight, hearing or anything else, this can have a direct impact on your lifestyle. 

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Sensory losses are generally caused by a trauma to the head and this can be sustained through a range of different accidents, but if your accident was caused through the negligence of another individual then you may choose to make a compensation claim against them.

Who could be responsible for this loss?

In general, if your sensory loss has been sustained through a serious impact then you could claim against anyone who you feel has caused that impact. This could perhaps be the driver of a motor vehicle if your injury was sustained during a collision, or even an employee if your injury was sustained in the workplace due to a lack of the appropriate safety equipment or procedures being put in place.

Where could this type of injury be sustained?

There are a number of different situations which can lead to this type of sensory loss, and some common situations where you could potentially consider a claim include:

  • Claims for a fall from a height
  • Claims for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident
  • Claims for accidents in the workplace
  • Claims for accidents caused by falling objects
  • Claims for physical abuse.

Can Manners Pimblett help my claim?

Manners Pimblett are industry experts when it comes to personal injury claims, and our team will be there to help you throughout the process, every step of the way. Working together we can help to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. 

To find out more about how the Manners Pimblett approach can help you, contact us today on 0845 077 0772.

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