Spinal Injury Compensation UK

If you have injured your spinal cord in a workplace accident, you may be entitled to claim spinal injury compensation in the UK. If you want to claim compensation for your injury or unsure whether you are eligible for it, get in touch with our experts. Lawswood Claims is here to help you get the maximum amount of a spinal injury claim in England and Scotland.


      About Spinal Injury Compensation Claims

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      Spinal cord injury can be so serious that it can even paralyse you for a lifetime. Even minor injuries may take years for a full recovery. If you have injured your spine when the fault is not yours, you’re definitely entitled to get spinal injury claims. To claim your compensation, contact us because we have injury claim specialists who are experts in making spinal cord injury claims.

      We cater to everything in the spinal cord injury claims process. From the collection of evidence to the negotiation and maximisation of the claim money, our experts will handle everything on their own. You won’t have to worry about anything. From workers’ comp settlement for spinal fusion to lumbar spine injury compensation, we help you with all types of spinal injuries. With decades of experience, they know how to present your case in a way to get you the optimum amount for your spinal injury settlement.

      Even if you are unsure about your eligibility for the claim, feel free to contact us. It’s because we provide FREE consultation, analyse your case properly and then let you know how much compensation for a spinal injury you can get. To discuss your case with our experts, book a FREE appointment with us by clicking below or filling the form.



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        Frequently Asked Questions About Spinal Injury Claims

        From spinal injury compensation payouts to the process of making a claim and its common types, you may have several questions in your mind about spinal cord injury claims. We are here to answer them all. Let’s have a look at the most frequently asked questions about spinal injury compensation claims in the UK.

        What Is Spinal Injury Compensation?

        A workplace accident or your work routine may injure your spine. A spinal cord injury can severely impact you for a lifetime. Besides, you may have to pay a lot of expenses on its treatment. You may also lose your earnings.

        But you shouldn’t suffer from all this if the fault wasn’t yours. That’s why you can claim a settlement amount which is known as spinal injury compensation. The purpose is to put you back in the condition in which you would be if the injury had never happened.

        Can I Claim Compensation For Spinal Injury At Work?

        If you know about the eligibility criteria for a workers’ comp settlement for a back injury, then you’re almost familiar with the eligibility for spinal injury settlements. It’s because the same rule applies here.

        If you are suffering from a spinal cord injury caused by your workplace due to the negligence of your employer, you are entitled to claim spinal cord injury compensation. The same is true for other accident at work claims.

        Causes of Spinal Injuries At Work

        There are a lot of pitfalls in a workplace that can cause a spine injury. It’s not necessary that you may injure your spine as a result of an accident. Your work routine and work nature can also injure your spine over time. Let’s have a look at the most common causes of spinal injuries at work.

        There can be a lot of other factors, such as a long drive over rough terrain, which can injure your spine. But we have only mentioned a few most prominent ones. To know whether you can claim for a particular type of spinal injury or not, get in touch with us.

        Types of Spinal Cord Injuries At Work?

        Spinal injuries can vary in severity and types. Some may be minor injuries while others may make your life adverse forever.

        Our spinal cord is made up of vertebrae that contain a total of 33 bones interlocked into each other. It’s divided into 5 main sections.

        If any of these 5 vertebral regions gets injured at work, it comes under a spinal cord injury. Here are the most common types of Spinal injuries.

        To know whether you have a spine injury or not, consult a doctor.

        Lumbar Spine Injury Compensation

        Lumbar Spine injury refers to a lower back injury. There are different types of low back injuries you can get in a workplace. These include bone fractures, disks (herniations), ligaments (sprain) or muscles (strain).

        If you have sustained a lower back injury at work, you can claim lumbar spine injury compensation from your employer.

        Spinal Cord Stimulator Settlement

        Some spinal cord injuries are very severe that may require a Spinal Cord Stimulator, aka SCS. It is an implanted device to electrically send signals to your spine to relieve pain. You may have to spend thousands of pounds to get one.

        Luckily, you can also claim a spinal cord stimulator settlement from your employer if you needed it as a result of a workplace accident. However, it won’t be easy to get. So it’s best to contact our experts to claim compensation for a spinal cord stimulator in the UK.

        How Much Compensation For A Spinal Injury At Work UK?

        Spinal injury compensation payouts in the UK vary from case to case. As the spinal cord can affect you for the entire life, you can get a significant amount of compensation for it. Let’s have a look at the spinal cord injury compensation amounts you can have in different types of spinal injuries at work in the UK.

        Type of Injury Severity Of Injury Spinal Injury Compensation Amounts
        Tetraplegia (also known as Quadriplegia) Serious £304,630 to £379,100
        Brain Damage Very Severe £264,650 to £379,100
        Paraplegia Severe £205,580 to £266,740
        Brain Damage Moderate £140,870 to £205,580
        Back Injury Severe £85,470 to £151,070
        Back Injury Back Injury £26,050 to £36,390
        Mental Anguish Severe Up To £4,380

        Your amount of compensation for the spine injury claim may be different from what we have mentioned above. To know how much compensation you can get for a spine injury at work, get in touch with us.

        What To Do After A Spinal Injury At Work?

        You may have hurt your spine in an accident and now you may be wondering about what to do next. To make spinal cord injury compensation claims in the UK, you should know the right steps to take after your injury. Let’s have a look at what to do after a spine injury at work.

        To get your spinal injury compensation claim, it’s the best approach to contact us after the accident as soon as possible. We will handle all these formalities on your behalf to help you get the maximum spinal cord injury claim.

        What Does A Spinal Injury Settlement Cover?

        After the spine injury at work, you may have to bear several types of expenses. Fortunately, you can cover all the expenses in your compensation for spinal injury if you know how to claim them. Let’s have a look at what type of expenses do spinal cord injury settlements cover.

        A spinal injury claim worth is decided after taking into account the effects of the injury on your overall life.

        Can I Make No Win No Fee Spinal Cord Injury Claims?

        Lawswood Claims is here to help you claim spinal injury settlement on a No Win No Fee basis. We enter into a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) with you. According to the agreement, you won’t have to pay us anything in Advance and during the case. You will only pay us after the spinal injury compensation amount has been transferred to your account.

        How To Claim Compensation For Spinal Injury At Work?

        To claim compensation for a spinal injury at work, get connected to our experts via WhatsApp, live chat, email, fill the form, or call us directly. Then book a FREE appointment with us to discuss your case. Then we will start making your claim after collecting the evidence for your case.

        Whether you need any advice or have any queries, we can help you. So, Call us on 0330 223 5110 to Get our Help

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