Brain injury claims are often the most complicated type of clinical negligence claim to take forward.

As an expert, Anthony Collins Solicitors has over 40 years' of experience dealing with and being successful in brain injury claims, and we have a full grasp of the medical and legal issues associated with such claims. An injury to the brain can range from short-term memory loss to long-term permanent damage affecting speech, balance, mobility, cognitive function, sight or hearing. We have been involved in a variety of claims over the years including securing multimillion pound compensation awards for injuries such as:

  • Failure to diagnose and treat haemorrhages
  • Mistakes undertook during neurosurgical procedures
  • Anaesthetic mistakes
  • Delays in diagnosis of brain tumours, which result in a permanent brain injury

We have in-depth medical knowledge of brain injury claims and work alongside eminent medical and other experts to ensure we fully understand what injuries have clients have suffered and the full impact upon their lives. We also work and partner with a variety of organisations that support individuals with brain injuries including the Child Brain Injury Trust and Headway

Supporting you in getting the justice you deserve

If we can help, we will talk to you about the best way forward for you, including funding options open to you. We are also happy to talk to you on a no-obligation basis if you already have a solicitor but would like a second opinion or you are unhappy.

If it helps, we can meet you at home or a neutral venue regardless of where you live. If you choose to instruct us, you will be represented by a solicitor who will be your contact from day one, right the way through to the conclusion, keeping you updated throughout. 

Medical or clinical negligence can be a difficult thing to move on from, especially when it’s not your fault and it's life-changing. You can rest assured you'd be in the best possible hands - read about the support we've provided to other clients in their time of need here. Find out here what happens in a typical negligence compensation case. Whatever your case, please contact us and we will work with you to help you get the justice you deserve.

I cannot express how grateful I am to Rankeshwar and his team. The emotional pain and suffering we have endured as a family has now been taken away after all these years. We could not have dreamed to have received such a fantastic settlement. Thanks so much all!
Mrs F.
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