Personal Injury

Personal Injury


Personal Injury :

Types of Injuries

With our considerable experience in this area we have a long history of dealing with all types of cases ranging from people with minor whiplash injuries, recovering in a few weeks or months, to people with catastrophic injuries whose lives are permanently affected. Whatever the injury each case is unique and important to us. Sometimes minor injuries can develop over time into much more complicated and long lasting conditions. We have a database of trusted experts to help us prove the full extent of your injuries and any long term consequences. Personal injury compensation claims which we have successfully handled in the past have involved the following injuries:

  • amputations
  • birth injuries including Erb’s Palsy
  • brain injuries including Cerebral Palsy
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • gynaecological injuries
  • loss of sight
  • loss of hearing
  • orthopaedic injuries
  • plastic surgery injuries
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • psychiatric injuries
  • spinal injuries
  • work related stress

To speak to a specialist personal injury lawyer who can help you with your personal injury claim contact us now by calling, emailing or requesting a callback.

"Hart Brown is 'first-class in personal injury' and 'attracts high-value claims that are handled with measure and skill', thus 'putting clients at ease'. "

. The Legal 500, 2018

"At all times he has been impressive in his grasp of often complex issues, his gathering of medical and witness evidence and most of all in the results he has obtained for his clients."

Gerard Sanders. Associate Solicitor, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

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