At Moore Blatch, several of our specialist personal injury lawyers have been involved in some of the UK’s most complex high-value brain injury cases seen in recent years.
Moore Blatch understands the devastating effects a severe brain injury can have on your ability to live an independent life. This is why we can help you to gain interim payments that can make a huge difference to the quality of your life, providing the necessary funds for private rehabilitation, care and case management, re-housing and post-discharge rehabilitation.
From the beginning of your claim, your specialist brain injury team will work to bring about the earliest possible access to early rehabilitation in a leading specialist centre, preferably within travelling distance of your family. We view early access to rehabilitation as one of the keys to your recovery.
Many of the specialist solicitors at Moore Blatch are active supporters of the brain injury charity Headway, and our firm has been appointed to their legal panel. We also very proud that we helped established in 2010, SEABIF (South of England Acquired Brain Injury Forum), which is the regional group of the national brain injury charity UKABIF. Moore Blatch work with leading national specialists including neurologists, neuropsychologists and rehabilitation consultants to ensure that the most comprehensive and supportive evidence is obtained to support your claim.
We have in recent years been acknowledged and recommended by leading legal directories The Legal 500 and Chambers as leading brain injury specialists.
Our attention to detail in the obtaining and presentation of evidence has made the winning difference in many cases, throughout England and Wales.
We have successfully recovered millions of pound for clients following serious brain injury over the past year alone.
When the case is won, we are also able to advise on the setting up of personal injury trusts. These are used to enable you to continue claiming means tested benefits, like income support and housing benefit.
Moore Blatch can also provide advice and assist with Court of Protection issues, which include clients who are unable to manage their financial affairs.